Thitherward to Corinth,
Thus wherein mine
Was from. To seeith
The bards of old,
Legends of agora
Sea. O' the natural spring's
Of healing properties, a place
Of new testament biblical fact
And history. How I wouldst hath
Adored to seeith the apostle Paul,
First known as Saul of tarsus; eye's
Once sealed, then opened; By the son
Of God. Fain were the Grecians, in
Yesteryear's thought. The turquoise foam
Betwixt their homes, the beauty was told
And taught. Hither the Mediterranean center
I want to be, scribbling-scrawling, prophetically.
Breathing in the aura, mine ancestors once did.
Spirit-floating the isle's, of pious hymn's for mankind's sin.
Rendering the prognostication's, told in God's own word's,
Rouse a sleeping nation, that once resounded the laureates shores.
©Lonesome poets poetry
Agora- Greek marketplaces and gathering place..
Thitherward- means thither... Or to , or toward that place.
Bard- one who recites poems like Shakespeare.
Fain- pleased- happy...
Yesteryear-( noun literary,) last year or the recent past, especially as nostalgically recalled.
Foam- relating to sea.. Called foam as well.
Betwixt- between.... ( love this word hahahahhaha)
Hither- to or toward ( this place,)
Pious- deeply religious.
Render- rendering. There are many meanings. This meaning is - (represent or depict artistically).....
Resound- echoes. Echoed...
Laureate- a person who is honored with an award for outstanding creative or intellectual achievement..( such as a poet or artist.)
A poet laureate is - a poet appointed to, or regarded unofficially as holding, an honorary representative position in a particular country, region, or group...