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  George Petrohelos Fine Jeweler

Fine jeweler, George Petrohelos creates the sites collection of fine jewelry & amulets. His uniquely impressive fine jewelry creations and designs from several years back to present is unsurpassed.
George is widely respected in his field of expertise. Currently located in offices in central Chicago's diamond district in the 5 S. Wabash bldg.
He continues his very impressive craft of fine jewelry design. George studied diamonds and precious stones at the Gemological Institute of Ameria (GIA) of Chicago.
George Petrohelos was born in Athens, Greece and moved to Chicago in 1967 where he has been in the jewelry business from over 30 years.

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Poison .... Tommy Philo writes....for Poison by Ella Guru

I walked thru Paris after dark
hands in pockets
one hand holding a Leica
the other a flask.

I took L’Avenue des Champs Elysées
to Avenue de Cinchy
to Rue Lepic
and finally along Rue Norvins.

I walked thru the narrow meandering streets in Montmartre
and stopped outside a bar called Bar de la lune.
That’s where I saw you.

You turned around swiftly
and posed for me
I trembled at my knees
jaw was quavering
I fumbled for my Leica
I snapped you promptly
and then you moved away.

I left shaken and returned home.

I wasn’t Brassai
but when I developed the film later on
I felt like one.

You should have seen yourself that night
your porphyry hair
your swan feather scar
your poisonous chalice
you had yours
and I had mine
and as I lift my flask
I wonder where you are.

by Tommy Philo
Posted by philos on Thursday, October 18 @ 22:07:48 EDT (3412 reads)
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