Monthly Archive for May, 2012

Ted and the last red paper heart

‘Forty two,’ said the little boy as he carefully placed his finished red paper heart in the round cardboard box. He closed the lid. Closed his eyes. So tired. His big watermelon smile proved that he was more than pleased with his achievement. ‘Thirty five to gooooooo!’ his mother exclaimed, pretending to be cheery. She […]

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The excited pianist

This humble piece of writing is a step towards modern poetry. It is in german. If you don’t speak german, you’ll survive. I promise. It doesn’t make sense anyway. It doesn’t help with life’s blows or offers any insights other than “When it comes down to it, everything is weird”. Which is, of course, the […]

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