February
A Shape from a Shadow
Come the Harvest
A Seaman Returning
The Mermaid
A Villains Discourse
Ten Years Gone
The Governess
Napoleon
To New Amsterdam
Apollonia

Apollonia

Artwork by: 
Margherita Toma

In old Apollonia, The will of the wind to send a shiver,

Make way for October, Daybreaks the autumn sun, The town is awoken, Boats are alive by the marina, They scatter the ocean, Apollonia, they won’t return. And they sing…

We won’t forget you Apollonia, We won’t forget you Apollonia, I’m dreadful sorry.

In old Apollonia The young are the town; the nights a wonder, By simple canzonas, They sway by the ocean side. The sun is ascending, Blue is the sky new love lays under, A love never ending, Apollonia they wave goodbye. And they sing…

We won’t forget you Apollonia, We won’t forget you Apollonia, I’m dreadful sorry.