we linger not in wonder

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we linger not in wonder and ponder not where to wander the night knows no secrets the day casts no shadows yet we stumble all the same the streets have changed our ideas cast in shame

we think we know

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we think we know why she cries certain, we are not but yesterday she didn’t come home wasn’t reachable this morning she arrived said nothing ran straight into the bathroom

a human sentiment

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wenn Ihr das tagenlang nicht glauben wollte quand vous pensez que le pire a passé és az éjszaka sötet найду тебя and I will lay my hand on your shoulder niet in medelijden, maar como si yo fuera el amigo du alltid vellat ma mai non ottenuto le chéile suifidh muid ir ugnis sudegins respiratie, … Continue reading a human sentiment

the mass clones us all

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the mass clones us all unto a whitebook with defined chapters we go by drive, fly back the bowl a labyrinth of aquariums an excelsheet for the accountant and we don’t complain – is this not what we wanted what we shared, what we dreamt? mass diminishes unity becomes multicity the line that defines me … Continue reading the mass clones us all

Welcome

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Hi there! I’m Konrad. You have managed to reach this website, crazy isn’t it? Almost nobody does, but that’s on me for housing my site in Réunion! Not that a lot happens here. I’m hardly a community, nor am I interested in submerging you in poorly packed commercials. I do however think that it’s important … Continue reading Welcome

On learning languages

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In response to an article on Treehugger, I wrote this: I’m Belgian, from the Flemish/Dutch-speaking side of things. I thus suffered through obligatory language courses from age ten onwards in French, German and English. After leaving highschool, I studied Slavic languages, learning Russian, Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian as well as studying Old Slavonic. To say that I’ve had … Continue reading On learning languages

The act of creation

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The act of creation creates. That is the purpose behind the act, the intent lurking beneath the surface. As a species unto itself, mankind has learned to find pleasure in creation. Man has come to find it so pleasurable that he, or she, oftimes performs the act not for purposes of creation, but for sheer … Continue reading The act of creation

An idle thought

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Some would say intelligent thought unlocks the world for our purview. Some would have you believe that the ability to abstract and comprehend is what separates us from savage beasts, that it is what makes us civilized. I say: balderdash. Those who see, will be disillusioned. Those who hear, fall silent. Those who perceive, falter. … Continue reading An idle thought