Never A Good Sign


It should make you worry when you
Find your cousin on the menu
At a pleasant Greek Taverna at the Galaxidi shore
It was Greece–so I was fated
Once I’d eaten, and was sated,
To be punished by Poseidon like I never was before
We were looking at the ocean
When there came a funny motion
Just a little instability I felt beneath my feet
Then the sidewalk started moving
Like the gods themselves were proving
We were just a little early when we called them obsolete

We had traveled through the epicenter town about 2-3 hours before the earthquake hit. The photo above is indeed from the Taverna in Galaxidi where we had just eaten when the sidewalks started imitating the ocean.

Comments

  1. says

    So – this quake of which you tell usAs you journey on through HellasIs a sign from gods of yore?Have they read* from you too rarelyAnd are punishing you fairly?Then appease them – blog some more!*Well, the old Greeks loved good poetry – why wouldn’t their gods?

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