Mittwoch, 18. Januar 2017




this spaceship´s full of rats
mend with the vicars gown
ducktape, plasters, mull
fueled by boredom
fuel by dread
sour milk on wooden floors
broken jars and unlocked doors
chaos caught in sturdust clouds
flying by
flying far
flying high
crashing cars
is all that s left of us
we need a stop at the tentacle station

Dienstag, 17. Januar 2017

swimming pool at night

and you re like a swimmingpool at night
cold and calm
bold and strong
the center of the universe
an untouched mirror
a leathal trap
my favourite surface
water and skin
sink or swim
water and moonlight
skin and sin
safe in distance
safe in distance
empty within

picture by Andreas Mühe 

Montag, 16. Januar 2017

too tired to sleep

I am too tired to sleep
too tired to sleep
I am too tired to sleep
way too tired to sleep
I am too tired to sleep
way too tired to dream
I am too tired to sleep
just too tired to

Donnerstag, 12. Januar 2017

caught in my mirror

You´re a mermaid
strange and powerful
mystical animal of the see
but I drowned you
in subjectivity
I never saw your beauty
I only saw me

Picture by Aleksandra Waliszewska

Sonntag, 1. Januar 2017

lust > loyalty

and when you´re lying there covered in preorgasmic sweat you realize one sad truth: gratitude is always weaker than regret

Samstag, 31. Dezember 2016

the annoying kind of art

I seriously think that photography is the most annoying kind of art. Not only do you destroy every valuable moment by pressing your camera knob rather than being present in it + spoiling the moment for others as well, also your reality is filtered through plastic and glass. There are a lot of other art forms too, where the result is influenced by chance and external variables. In photography a lot of it is not even influenced by you rather then controlled. My relationship with photography is a very love-hate one. Thanks to Andreas Mühe and Yann Stofer for restoring my love for it and convincing me that not everyone taking pictures is an incredible asshole getting on my nerves during or in situations i would just love to dwell in.

Picture by Yann Stofer