When they brought me here
Madness had caught my thin nerves,
Silence was screaming.
“Fast Forward I” by Oliver Ritthaler
But then I found out
They all were lost in themselves,
Pushed by decisions.
“Fast Forward II” by Oliver Ritthaler
I sat down, I looked
Inside my soul and found out
Freedom is burden. (jf)
“Fast Forward III” by Oliver Ritthaler
Oliver Ritthaler, poetry by Jonathan.
How many miles do
We have to travel to find
Our own unicorn? (jf)
“The Lost Unicorn” by Rubén Darío Lombardozzi
Rubén, poetry by Jonathan.
Covers pulled up tight
Winter blanketing my view
On the horizon
Time to feel merry
But all I feel is blue
Brushing away icicles
Encircling my heart
Breathing fire across
Memories of childhood
Lost behind a layer
Sadness clinging in the crevices
Footprints across my soul
“Mouse Grey” by bm3poetic
Text and picture by bm3poetic. Click the picture.
“Raziel” by François Morvillier
Come for a visit.
This is god’s house. The devil
Only owns the lands. (jf)
“Neuronal Electricity” by Eugenia Bellodi
Sparks in flesh fire
High voltage thoughts to minds and
Recharge batteries. (JF)
The absence of light
Is part of late night. Later
Day is darkness’ child. (jf)
“Mouse Grey” by Leslie Mann
Dwarfs don’t give a f*ck about their long shadows
as long as they look into the light.
Dwarfs don’t give a sh*t about your meadows
as long as they can fight.
Dwarfs use explicit language.
“Dwarfs & Shadows” by Oliver Ritthaler
Welcome to your nightmare,
Just take a step inside.
Take a deep breath if you dare,
Start your inner fight.
Don’t know what you might find there,
What do you see without light?
Which of your demons do you care?
The correct choice is never right.
“Sub Marine” by Oliver Ritthaler