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“Transcellular Energy Exchange” by Evamaria Freshmaker

The feather: Bird’s sword.
The bug: Bird’s food. The sun: Bird’s
Map. The human: Bird. (jf)

“Transcellular Energy Exchange” by Evamaria Freshmaker

Picture by Evamaria Freshmaker, poetry by Jonathan.

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“Unicorn Of My Childhood” by Eugenia Bellodi

It still sits, unmoved,
In my parents’ old cellar
Playing hide and seek. (jf)

“Unicorn Of My Childhood” by Eugenia Bellodi

Picture by Eugenia, poetry by Jonathan.

“Hot Chocolate” – Jonathan Falk

I am walking to the park. I dream of writing poetry on your body. The feeling isn’t mutual, still I catch some of your sun. Nothing of this is a metaphor. Life is past when we are collecting our memories. Dusty cupboards. Squared fields of weeds. I am standing on a roof. 

Mindfuck needs no preservation. Poisonous thoughts of re-erection of one’s dreams. Rejuvenate the profile. Mind-mapping a wayout-plan, a fallback-system to commons like eating, working and dying. Love is dark matter, an ancient, cruel forest. Keep on walking, slowly, follow the low music.

We’ve all been there, and no matter how long you discuss, we belong together. Mathematicians try to prove our existence by failure, although we are everywhere’s force. Undeniable. Together we fall at walls of individuality. Big like small. A famous massacre. You like me. But: All I want is a peaceful life at your side.

“Hot Chocolate” by Jonathan Falk