Plunder by Eleni Gouliaras

Poet name: Eleni Gouliaras Poem title: Plunder Poem: Stolen words commas, ellipses: How can you ever repay the words you lifted off my tongue as I formed them? How? Recant. Disappear into a wilderness: you do not belong here. End of poem. Credits: Copyright © Eleni Gouliaras Eleni Gouliaras is a poet from Scarborough. She graduated from York University's Creative Writing Program in 2012 and now works for Markham Public Library. She has a passion for the written word and the way language rolls off the tongue. She enjoys when poetry comes alive through performance. She has one poem forthcoming for publication in Feels Ways: A Scarborough Anthology and 3 poems forthcoming in Pamenar Press online magazine.