Translated from the original by Costas Balomenos
What kind of prologue you can do for someone, which she confesses the “depths” of his soul? What kind of prologue you can do for someone, who “fell in love much”? What kind of prologue you can do for someone, who does not care whether it shall use in her speech “as should” expressions, so as not to be misinterpreted by several Pharisees and hypocrites of the society? What kind of prologue can you do - you, a petty bourgeois conservative teacher of religious - for someone who does not hesitate to admit that “I never cared for crumpling as a man, because always I was listening to my heart in matters of love”. Just, clam up and leave the other to narrate you the pain and the unjust, which drowns her.
Postscript: At the end of the article there are explanations for some expressions of Elpida, because Elpida uses the phraseology of Jehovah's Witnesses, which is unknown to the general public.
Note: The Greek word Elpida, in English is translated as Hope.
Follows the “deposit soul” of Elpida