“It was as if that great rush of anger had washed me clean, emptied me of hope, and, gazing up at the dark sky spangled with its signs and stars, for the first time, the first, I laid my heart open to the benign indifference of the universe. To feel it so like myself, indeed, […]

Where damped washing are hung often upside down, where strayed dogs play cheerfully at noon and howl savagely by the night where streets are narrowed and nights, stretched out. Amidst of quietened alleys, and lamented walls, where people sleep on pavements and rejoice the filth. The town weeps I’ve been told. I hear it’s calling. […]

In the slums of my native town, I found a human as soft as light. Despite his crooked tooth, he smiled; 
and I wonder if life was kinder to him. In all his misery, he was the epitome of gratitude, that put my essence to shame.

Memories emerge in my head and dissolve just as quickly. We’re taking a walk, someplace in Hallstatt. The city is asleep, or abandoned, I can’t recall. night is far fetched and unbearable, but it doesn’t bother us. You whisper a secret and I seal it, for eternity. We’ve left hours behind. Trees are stretched above […]

At eighteen I was ready to give up my life, for whatever I wanted. At eighteen life is least of your concern. At eighteen there is a lot of madness and no patience. The hunger of flight gnaws at you, demanding you to jump; to fall and grow wings on the way. At eighteen you’re […]

I need a lighthouse. An unwavering light pointing home Someone, my ferocious waves can crash into. And return to normal.

The night is growing deeper and darker And I’m breathing poetry again A gentle drizzle fall somewhere in distance Soaking the earth While I lay here and burn.