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Sagrada Familia




Sagrada Familia  






Every night in the desolate cathedral,

he would awaken him with an unknown sound,

like a heartbeat.

There were thousands of silver tile in the sea,

in the middle of it there was something like the sun,

but he could not see what it was.

Nobody for centuries  find these tiles,

because there is a story that

they are silver  gifts to a church,

far from that place.

Unbelievers robbed this sacred place

and put the silver in with it.

After a few days they are dead into the storm

and the plates spilled over to the surface

and since then no one is touching them.

The architect thinks that he only sent it to heaven

and that he was better protected

and taken to a sacred place, so he decided to decorate his cathedral.

In the middle, the light was shrinking each day,

a tile in the shape of the golden heart

of the Sagrada Familia was adorned with silver plates,

the heart  is bleeding.





Milenko Zupanovic





Milenko Županović was born in 1978 in Kotor (Montenegro). By profession he is a graduate marine engineer, but in his free time, he writes poetry and short stories. His stories and poems have been published by The Stray Branch, Mad Swirl, The Horror Zine, Antarctica Journal and many magazines, blogs and websites, mostly in the Europe, U.S. and in Latin America.  In 2010 he wrote and published his first book, a collection of stories, and he also written and published few collections of poems (ebooks).  In 2015 he wrote and published his second book , a collection of stories and poetry.  In 2016 he wrote his third book , a collection of poetry (published in USA, project ''Poems for all'')  His books ''Martiri'' , ''Simboli Segreti'' and ''Rituali Sacri'' were published in italian language.  His chapbook ‘’The Blood of Poets ‘’ was published by Scars Publications. His ebook  ''Ghost of prophets'' was published by The Argotist online.  Milenko is an ethnic Croat and lives in the town of Kotor (Montenegro) with his wife and 3 sons.



Email:milenkozup@t-com.me


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