Miltos Sachtouris or Miltos Sahtouris (Greek: Μίλτος Σαχτούρης; July 19, 1919, Athens – March 29, 2005, Athens) was a Greek poet. He was a descendant of Giorgos Sachtouris. When he was young he adopted the pen nameMiltos Chrysanthis (Μίλτος Χρυσάνθης). Sachtouris wrote his first poem, The Music Of My Islands, under his pen name, in 1941.
During his last years of his life he worked on Colorwounds (1980), Ectoplasms (1986), Sinking (1990), Since (1996) and The Clocks Turned Upside Down (1998). He received the Grand State Literature Prize in 2003 for his works. In 1992 writer Lefteris Xanthopoulos shot a documentary titled Who's the Crazy Hare (The Crazy Hare being one of the poet's most known poems) about Sachtouris at the poet's house, in Kypseli, Athens. The poet died in Athens on the morning of Tuesday, March 29, 2005. There are some translations of his work in English including The Forgotten Woman.