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von Walter W Hölbling

you want breakfast in bed, sleep in the kitchen

von Dieter Strametz

Do not touch me
may be I would break
do not talk to me
I will not answer

Do not ask me for money
I will not borrow
it's no longer your turn
not today not tomorrow

Do what you want

von Sascha El Farra

Is anybody out there?
I ask myself right now.
So son go out and shout yeah!
And don't ask yourself but how?
You don't know what is happening
right now down there on the street.
Go out and have a listen

von Walter W Hölbling

creates our universe
our gods
makes armies clash
defines our world
always again and new
names everything
we then can talk about

lets politicians sound as if
they were our saviors

von Jürgen Wagner

Abandon the prejudice, that you are a high being
and they are 'only animals' - they are our ancestors

Trust in the possibility of understanding and encountering them
They are animals as we are with conscience and feeling and…

von Sascha El Farra

Professor Dr. Wombat
he teached in our school.
He gave us all the lessons
with his own golden rule:
Kids always have a listen
and hear what the people have to say.
But please always think about it
and you…

von Dieter J Baumgart

…loosing his marbles

Fresh wind is blowing
through the White House:

Blond and curly hair,
restricted brain and sense,
is working on his cowboy land.

Cowboy land don’t worry
Donald won’t leave you alone…

von Walter W Hölbling

dead bodies floating
in our oceans
from the Asian Pacific
to the Mediterranean

crumpled corpses lying
on our beaches
thousands drowned unknown

overcrowded detention centers
not unlike…

von Djava Wanner

What are the lessons that we so deeply need to learn?
Are they lessons of making things better and bright?
Are they lessons of change making things right?

Are they lessons that teach us today?
Lessons of hope, are they…

von Stefanie Haertel

Is freedom a song from the flying birds in the sky?
Or a desperate one´s prayer, almost forgotten, in the night?
Does freedom mean there are no duties, borders, walls?
Or is this the only way freedom comes?
Oh, it´s been…

von O N

As days go by,
as time flies by,
as snow slowly falls,
and the winter calls.

A call of life and truth,
of love and friendship,
I treasure our relationship.

But I don't know how to say this,
how to…

von Jürgen Wagner


is not where we're from,
but where we belong

is not where we have to flee,
but a place where we can be

is not without friend, sister and brother,
but where we look at and listen to each other


von Sascha El Farra

he is the hero of the night.
He flies like only a wombat can.
Through the sinister darkness
without any sight.

von Walter W Hölbling

at the buffet of the station
you are looking at the women
in your dreams they're always younger
and they don't have these hard lines
around their mouths

at the buffet of the station
where you chew your…

von Walter W Hölbling

thinking of things to put to verse
in times that often are adverse
to topics that involve the universe
and other serious matter
is difficult

world politics is quite atrocious
the culture scene not…

von Jürgen Jost

I'm walking through the streets alone,
with plastic bags all on my own.
The tea-room helps me to survive,
A rotten sandwich keeps alive.

I lost my job, my home, my wife,
that put an end to civil life.
My kids…

von Uli Kunzmann

The phone rings loud, and Misses Kitty
Takes the call and says: Here Kitty!
The Caller cries: Oh Kitty, Kitty,
Come with me to New York City!
I can’t do it, says Miss Kitty.
I wish, I could, it’s such a pity.

von Walter W Hölbling

what do you call
a more or less elected leader

who is unable

or unwilling

to work for
the health and safety
of his nation?


von Walter W Hölbling

over the past weeks
a gentle autumn sun
has painted colored leaves
upon the ground
and thinned
the bright abundance
of the wooded ranges

most of the harvest
is securely stored by now…

von Walter W Hölbling

I wonder whether
in my advanced maturity
I'm getting sappy -
a sign of second childhood
regression as progress … ?

when even cheesy happy ends
on late night television movies
almost bring…

von Walter W Hölbling

this poem
is not about you

even though
your spirit is in every word
your voice sounds strong
in the halls of my mind
telling me things
I am now sure
I want to know

this poem is

von Jürgen Wagner

I'm fallen in love with this righteous tree
Outside my window I can see
him dancing all day and during the night
He shows me gently his lightness and might
His branches sway in soft vibration
In my soul I feel an…

von Walter W Hölbling

hurt pain rain
washing laundry dryer shrunk
too hot summer beach tanned skins
bikini girls lifeguards bodybuilders
robocop criminals politicians votes

von Marcel Meske

The first time I saw
That girl in front of me
I never could've thought
The way that it's gonna be
I knew she was shy
But lovely as love itself
So I wanted to try
And said to myself
"hey man. You see…

von D. B. Roses

she is the definition of beauty;
hazel eyes and hazel hair,
her smile careful and bright,
as if she wouldn't have a single care.
but inwardly she is having a fight
against her mind.

insomnia and depression all…

von Jürgen Wagner

Sitting on top
The world is full of dignity

The early morning mist
Doesn't cloud the peace of this day

von Jürgen Wagner

One country, celebration
many cultures, communication
What a force and big power
global light and a tower
'In God we all trust
so we can - and we must'

So long and so narrow
the historical shadow

von Walter W Hölbling

you feel it
when you clutch your wrist
before you cut

it's your only one

von Matthew Elert

with him included? the devil's dozen, or
the 13 -
then the hours of Horus:
noon - Simon Peter -
later with covenant
of the hour: holy spirit,
and the minute hand: son

von Dieter J Baumgart

     I spoke with a tree.

      You are beautiful,
               I said,
      and your murmur
      sounds like music.

             And you,…

von Jürgen Wagner

Clear and fresh water
is incessantly streaming
in Pinnacle Well

von Ekkehard Walter

Hey Mister
have you a sister
or are you alone?

Yesterday I want to meet you
but I've a lot to do
and you went not to phone

von Walter W Hölbling

we live in times when words have lost their meaning
they only serve to fill some soundbite gaps between
faces of popstars, politicians, presidential candidates,
maybe some refugees, victims of crimes and natural catastrophes…

von Jürgen Wagner

When fog is besieging the peak
When winds are howling in chasms
When rain is expected
And coldness pervading

It's time
to enjoy a hot tea

von Oliver Schrot

There lies some sort of romantic in food.
So it does for the act of eating.
Eating means possesing.
Cannibalistic jealousy.
Hammering teeth into innocent flesh.
Incorporation of alien substances.


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