Psychochromatic Redemption

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


Creative corner

Poems and some short stories

Your soul has no colour

No matter if black or white
If wrong or right
If ignorant or bright
We all have same rights.

A right to live,
A right to breathe
A right to breed
And right to succeed.

Remember, we are all equal
On the face of earh,
So start listening to your soul
Given at birth.

Taste buds pleasure

Because who doesn’t like a good pizza? I surely do, so today is about it.

All of these flavours

Make one’s mind surrender

To taste buds’ pleasure.

You against the world

When you’re left alone

And the truth is all you’ve got

Stand against the world.

Fed up

Am tired,
Tired of the lies,
Tired of the world,
Tired of the cries
And of being told,
What to do,
What to think,
How to behave,
How to be a slave.

I want to get out
But here’s no way
Feeling trapped like Jonas
In the stomachaches of a whale.
Maybe this is just a phase
Maybe the happy ending delays
Or maybe it’s all fake
And we just have to wait.

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Early morning thoughts

Are we better off not knowing things? Can the truth hurt us more than the lies? Is it better to stay in the darkness, than turning your face to the light? Because if the light is too bright, it can be blinding to the naked eye?

These are the question I contemplated on today, whilst listening to the sea. Us, as people, are programmed to have certain expectations, to accept what it is, and forget about what it isn’t. We are programmed to get a job, go to work, come back home, complain about the work we do, always dreaming for better days, get married, complain about own husband/wife, produce offsprings, stress about their wellbeing, complain about their inquisitiveness, get a promotion, buy a house, pay bills and mortgage, retire and die. We spend most of our lives complaining about stuff and another part do our programming. And, in all this hustle, we forget about ourselves. We forget about our dreams, we don’t even discover our hidden talents and most of all we forget to search, to learn. Because learning is unconfortable, learning takes time and in the process, you might discover things that aren’t as you thought they are. You might discover a painful truth, hidden between the beautiful lies. You might get hurt and suffer, because learning and discovery is not easy and it takes a lot of patience…

And then again? Are we ready for that? Or is is better to live your program and die whilst living.

A new begining

When light defeats the darkness

And the world begins to breath

No more shadows, no more blackness

Just some love and freedom to live.

That’s the beginning of a new dawn

Of a Brave New World on its own

After a long exhausting marathon

We witness this amazing phenomenon.

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.

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.

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