Archiv für August, 2018

Poems

Should Have

It could have worked But it failed Since she failed it And I was so faint It could have worked We could have coped But I was not awake And it dissolved like sand It hurt my soul I thought I was over it And that’s what I am Mostly But when I read her […]

Tales

Sunny Day

Yes, that cake tastes well. A sip of orange juice to it. The sun throws its rays on the opposite wall. Grandma hears the constant hum of a device. It’s quite warm. But cooler then outside. The humming is from an air conditioner. Nobody is talking. The fork waits for another bite of cake. No […]

Poems

Close

Now, I have you there. Seas away. Seas between. There. Far behind, there. Between you and me. Too far, I sign, sign it right away. Too close, can never be. I see you, in front of my eye. I wish I would. But I don’t. While I actually do, but … it’s just on my mind. […]

Tales

Oak Tree

Stable, and strong – that impression is what I feel when gazing at an oak tree, standing in the middle of a group. One of these old ones, perhaps, that has seen generations of people. Decades of time. And yet, it decided to be immovable. To keep its position and its perspective, no matter what […]