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Psychochromatic Redemption

A bit of everything, just to keep my erroneous mind busy.

A city resurrected

The Wall as a symbol of the cruelty of the cold war,
A city interrupted.

The Wall dissected roads, amputated tramlines and dismembered some of its main thoroughfares.
A wide “death strip” marked by anti-vehicle trenches, mesh fencing, barbed wire.

And then, it was gone.
A city once wounded, now healed.

A new city rose, from ashes of decline
A burden lifted
The Wall felt like an unpleasant dream.

This is a found poem, made using words from an article in FT. After reading an article about the photographer John Davies I knew I had the poem. Being born in a Communist country and experiencing the fall of a regime I know how the Germans felt before and after the falling of the Wall. I hope a part of those feelings is embedded in this poem.

Blurred lines

Those blurred lines in life

Can bring great chaos but also peace

Depending on views.

Get inspired

December 12th,

Rain seems to be a constant this month and it’s not pleasant, but even then, you can spot something nice. Always be prepared to look for the unusual in a boring scene. Those seagulls were fighting over a piece of bread @ McDonald’s parking lot.

Inspired by a picture

December 11th,

Today’s photograph inspired me into writing a verse:

Smile as there’s no reason not to

Enjoy what you see and connect

Life is wonderful and interesting too

Some words upon to reflect.

Grateful

December 10th,

Today is a reflection of the year 2019 and how grateful I am for everything that happened this year good and bad. One of the things that made me especially proud is shown in the image of the day. Today is not a picture, it’s a screenshot, but that will do.

One of my poems has been published. Couldn’t be happier.

Dream for the sky

December 9th,

Sky’s the limit, so whenever you feel down, look for the sky and go on…

Contemptus mundi

Contemptus mundi

When your own life is at stake

It’s ignorant bliss.

Word of the day is contemptus mundi: n. Disregard of or disdain for wordly or temporal concerns.

Open your mind

You’re a dyed-in-the-wool man,

But that’s not helping anyone

Not even yourself.

Word of the day is dyed-in-the-wool: (always used before a noun, often dissaproving) having very strong beliefs, opinions, etc. that you are not willing to change.

Fly away

December 8th,

There’s something peaceful in the flight of the birds, something that can’t be put into words.

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