Category Archives: Non-Fiction

Daily Prompt: Millions

A millions of selfies every week. It could be more if those fighting for their lives in these seconds had the time to throw themselves into pose. In front of a beautiful sunset hail of bombs.

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I still wait him to have coffee with me.

The town I live in – it starts with an “A”. But there’s no beginning. I still wait him to have coffee with me. Some people in the Western World have an atlas with a map of Aleppo from 1996. … Continue reading

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I’m free to write free to write to write write.

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Daily Prompt: Punishment

I wished I could have the fantasy now and write a story about punishment; maybe something to think about, maybe something to love about (a parody about “Fifty Shades of Grey” – who knows?) but lately, when I read the … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Details

Kraków, July 2016 https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/details/

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Polin // voyage

I haven’t written down her name but I’ll remember her story. To know that there were Poles who helped. The more I hear during this visit, it gets difficult to remember that there were German who helped as well. *** … Continue reading

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Auschwitz 29/06/2016

On our last evening in Poland, one woman speaks about her father, his time in Russia, mentioning Katowice as well. We didn’t visit Katowice, but Oswiecim. Did he go there as well? *** Before we enter Auschwitz, trouble starts. “I … Continue reading

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Carnaval de France

#Getting a football-match-ticket doesn’t mean to have the right to kick another person’s head #We don’t want another a David Nivel #Hooligans are no human beings

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Porta Nigra

Vorm Eingang der Nero-Ausstellung (Teil: Christenverfolgung) beschwert sich ein älterer Mann über die “Verherrlichung von Nero”. In ein paar Jahren würde man über Hitler genauso reden; “eigentlich wäre er doch gar nicht so böse” und in Ausstellungen wie diese würden … Continue reading

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remember them

I’m young again, 12 or 13 years old, and we stand there, this paper in our hands, with our signatures and maybe some more. Someone speaks. S. or the other S. Can’t remember all the details. We want Jo* and … Continue reading

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