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von Sascha El Farra

Wombatman,
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

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 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 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 Sascha El Farra

The Wombats of the present
speak in English.
YES OF COURSE!
Cause the Wombats of the present,
are much more worth
than just a horse!

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?

LOSER!!

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
about…

von Walter W Hölbling

Quietly
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

when those we have elected tell us blatant lies
and call them “alternative facts”
we should not wait too long to call them liars
make them aware that we don’t share
their newspeak fantasies and visions

von René Oberholzer

you tube
my space
and I google
your yahoo

you open
my facebook
and I post
your blog

you search
my linkedIn
and I mail
your ebay

we chat
in our rooms
and we…

von Uwe Kraus

aus einem psychedelic workshop

see the rabbit run and follow!
go if you can into the shadow land with the golden snow
mushrooms that bright up the light
and see the children go into the silver harmony by night.
and…

von Jürgen Jost

A banker and a homeless mate,
will never see each other's fate.
The broker profits from Dow Jones,
The wino does not feel his bones.

The bankers meet for business lunch,
The dopers have their pea soup munch,

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
to…

von Marcel Meske

Fog is surrounding me
So thick I can barely see
All the faces I want to see
All the places I want to be.

Fog is surrounding me
In all the nights when I can't sleep
Thinking about what I need
Thinking…

von X X

Silky wine brings so much pain
It lingers fastened on the tongue
Of the one sucking the juice of sight

Cold masquerade, bittersweet
A name with no meaning
Blissfully taken for granted

Can the lightened brick…

von Jürgen Wagner

May your home never lack
a good friend and a snack
May your nights have some vice
and your days little spice

May your house be all safe
your heart mostly brave
Your lover well-set
and each child go ahead…

von Jürgen Wagner

We had a lot of mighty rulers
And many loosers too
We saw a host of warmongers
But seldom men like me and you

Everywhere were factionists
And plenty lobbyists too
No lack of reckless power seekers
But…

von Walter W Hölbling

talk not to me
of the reality that media shoot
at me from morn to evening

not of catastrophes or cruelties
humans inflict upon each other
with never-ending venom

speak to me of the delight
a newborn…

von Jürgen Wagner

What is the biggest treasure, you can find?
A young man left all things behind
He travelled north and searched for gold
He travelled west and people told:

Help us to work and shut your mouth!
He turned away and rode…

von * noé *

... and all the Gods,
you don't believe in,
are there on your request.
They all did hear
your truly begging,
will bless you
at their very best.

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
search…

von Walter W Hölbling

you want breakfast in bed, sleep in the kitchen

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 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

we look at TV screens that show
thousands of persecuted and bombed-out families
on the run for safety and sheer survival

so sorry

borders are shuttered now
the boat is full no more come in
we have to think…

von Walter W Hölbling

when no mornings
follow nights
cities lie without their lights
little beasts root happily
children can live all their fears
forests break
mountains shake
then it’s time again

rockets roar…

von Jürgen Wagner

So deep rooted
and high unfolded
So straight grown
and also devoted

In every tree
there breathes life
Just go to him
and spend some time

Be calm and open
for this being
Take your time…

von Dieter J Baumgart

Curtail them, those artists,
leave them in fear for there existence.

So that they won’t interfere unasked
in our world
full of murder and manslaughter
which we love so much.

Give them money, those artists.…

von Jürgen Wagner

There was a frog in the well
not happy to dwell
in the dark and depth

He croaked every day
not pleased to stay
in a hole without steps

One day he decided
an inner voice guided
to get free without…

von Walter W Hölbling

it seems we live in times
when helping hands extend only reluctantly
to those in dire need who had to leave
the ruins of their devastated homes
not waiting for more bombs to fall
to those who had to save…

von Walter W Hölbling

like many stoutly claim
as members of some Christian faith
love our neighbors as we love ourselves

then why do we look down on those
of different creeds and cultures
skin color, clothes, or hats

von Walter W Hölbling

time is
the space in which we grow
without awareness
in our early years
structured by meals
arrivals and departures
light and dark
hot and cold
school studies play adventures…

von Susanne Ulrike Maria Albrecht

Stars at the canopy of heaven
Sparkle so bright
Lend the night
A splendid garment
Delirious with joy
Life otherwise dream
Free flight
Effortless glide
On the wings to waft
A walk in…

von Jürgen Wagner

Huts in the desert
Tiny blossoms in the sand
Wonderful water

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Rocks laying around
Big toys giants have played with
I rest in their shadow

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