The Beautywood

And in the middle of the dark forest
there is a spot called the beautywood
where the light shines, the fire burns
where they sing, dance, play music
together well into the night
where laughter fills the air
and happiness magically sparkles
where everything looks beautiful
and perfect

And she,
she watches it from a distance
in the dark behind some trees
She is not from the beautywood,
she came from far
with just one little lantern
the light in her heart
to guide her way

She is a wanderer
with a desire for home
For long she thought,
she was a lost soul
in the dark of the forest

And now she watches the beautywood,
hears the enchanting sounds
With pain in her heart
she thinks, it’s out of her reach
it isn’t for her
she is just an outsider, left out
excluded, unwelcome
she doesn’t belong

And in the night she cries
to the moon like a lonely wolf
The moon carefully strokes
her hair with her soft
glimmering light and smiles:
‘Oh dear, do not fear the beautywood
Do not block your own way
Desire attracted you
The light in your heart led you
Love, beauty and happiness
will never exclude’


Neither Of Us Is Left Behind

Two silhouettes run, dance
through the dark
towards the light
As they hold hands
they almost seem to fly

They want to be on time
to catch the dawn,
catch their dreams
and live their love
For they know
Now is the moment
Not yesterday,
not tomorrow

But right when they think
that they will make it
and there is nothing left
that holds them back
on their way,
she falls down to the ground
and finds herself lost

She starts to fear
The golden sun will soon rise
Its rays will show the doorway
Did he run further on his path
without her
Did he leave her behind
in the dark
Is he ahead
She screams for him:
My love, where are you!!!!

But then she hears his voice
right next to her:
I’m here, I’m always here
By your side, where I belong
Give me your hand
We can only reach
the horizon together
On the path towards the light
Neither of us is left behind


Shine Your Love

And the bird stands in her tree
on a high branch
Her sad eyes stare in the distance
Where her heart sees more than
her mind can understand

A wise owl flies by and lands next to her
‘Lady bird, what is the source
of your melancholy?’

‘Oh owl, I wonder, why this journey
is so hard
and I have to go through so much pain
Why did God intend this for me
and do I need
to sing my heart song
in this tall tree
Where the wind easily can grasp me
Where my song is for everyone
to hear
and I am for everyone to see
Why am I not just down there
in the forest,
a bird among the other birds,
hiding behind the bushes
and not knowing what is up here
It is love that gives me the strength
to carry on
But why, owl, can’t it just be easy?’

‘Dear lady bird, the strongest shoulders
carry the most pain and burden
It is because you can
It is the path your soul has chosen
The ones with the most difficult journeys
that go through the deepest dark,
are able to hold and shine
the brightest light
It is part of your task
and that of your beloved
But look, how all the fairies
help you up here
Lady bird, don’t think too much
Just trust that it all makes sense
And there’s a divine plan behind everything
All you need to do is to continue
to shine your love’


The Clumsy Fairy

She was a fairy that looked
for a tale to fly into
She searched everywhere
but couldn’t find a tale that suited
Until she saw one in which
her dream prince walked
She jumped from above
right into his arms
Though the prince was shocked
and started to run
She chased him and screamed:
‘Please stop, my dream man
come to me, I want you’
The poor man was overwhelmed
and said: ‘Who are you?’
She said: ‘I’m the fairy
and you need me in your tale
to have a happy ending
But besides that, I do love you!
And besides, besides that
I’m the one who makes the stories
How come that my lines,
you don’t follow?’
He answered: ‘Because I’m a fairy man
and I have my own magic
Sure, we can together make
a happy ending
But first, I need to know
if you truly are my fairy woman
Show me your magic!’
Thus the fairy started to write,
she wrote more than 1000 love poems
But when she was finished,
she looked around and saw
that her man was on the ground
so much love had completely
made him pass out
So quickly she kissed him back alive
But then because of her nerves,
accidentally, she kissed him into a frog
Though she didn’t care
for she loved him unconditionally
And it was a good opportunity
to kiss him again and again
until she found the right spell
to kiss him back the fairy man
who now was convinced,
after so much magic,
that the clumsy fairy truly was his


The Dropping

God let him and her meet
and see heaven in each other’s eyes
A gaze that left forever an imprint
in their hearts
He let them feel a love so deep
and beautiful
that they would never be able to forget
and after that he took them both
and dropped them separately
in a big forest

He gave them the assignment
to find back each other
and to return home in each other’s arms
But first they needed to show
that they were strong and independent enough
to carry such a great, true love
that was only for the braves

So in the forest he made the two lovers lost
He let it thunder, storm
and he placed obstacles and tests
On their own they needed to face
their worse demons and shadows
He let them battle with their minds
and shed their ego
The only compass they had
was placed in their hearts

And while they both struggled
their way through the forest
and were being tested
to choose love over and over
They both made a trail of poems and songs
that send GPS signals into the sky
to show each other where they were

God gave them angelic support
that showered them with signs
and performed miracles along the road
And the more they trusted and believed
and put faith in love and in their journey,
the more the path unfolded
before their eyes
that finally led home


Moon Landing

She was his moon
Her mysterious glow amazed his eyes
and enchanted his heart
She danced for him every night
Sometimes she showed only part
of her naked body
Other times she showed him
her full, glorious shine

He watched her pirouettes and circles
from afar
and let his heart dance to her sacred rhythm
While he wished upon every star he saw
that his wildest dream would come true
that he would be in her arms
and dance together with her

Though there were so many things,
so many fears and barriers in his mind
that held him back, held him down,
tied him to the earth
that prevented him to fly
and to reach for his dream

So he tried to cover his eyes
and not to look at her anymore
But even in the complete dark
He could still feel and see her
with the eyes of his heart

And one day, one night
her call got too strong
and he could not resist anymore
With the fire of his love and his longing
he inflamed his rocket
and he flew straight through
the barrier of his fears
to land on his moon, to land in her

It was a big step for him
a giant leap for mankind as well
as from that day on
they shined their love
together upon the world


Níl aon tinteán mar do thinteán féin

There is no place like home in Irish
Literally: there is no hearth like your own hearth

I ride my horse along the Irish
coastline on the green cliffs
The fog that comes from the sea
makes drops of moist on my skin
Or do I feel my tears

Every day I ride to the highest point
and watch the bay, the ocean
Many sailors left the land
Many never returned
The wind tells the tales
of the goodbyes that were said
the hearts that were broken

I never said goodbye to you
I left the door open
They told me to forget you
But how could I forget the other part of me

Every night I pray
and ask God to bring you back
I ask the wind of the four directions,
the fairies of the woods,
the spirits of the trees,
the angels from above
the fire within me,
that it may never fade
but burn brightly
to be your lighthouse
when you conquer stormy seas

Here on the green cliffs
Spirit gave me the visions
to keep hope alive
to keep my blood running

The mist gets thicker now
A veil of smoke around me
But the cliffs taught me to trust
my heart more than my eyes
My horse that follows
the direction of my thoughts

I see a figure emerge from the fog
I hear a singing voice
A man on his horse
Is it you?
Are you even real?

Did you hear my call
Can you see me
through your spiritual eyes
I knew your heart would always lead
you back to me
And one day you would return
to taste the fruits of home
to warm you with its fire

I knew you would


The One That Fits The Poem

And on a magical evening
When stars shined brightly
And the moon showed
a golden glow
she met her enchanted prince
The most beautiful man
she had ever seen

She wrote a poem for him
in which each word sang of his beauty
her lines were like a warm,
loving cloak around his heart
that fit him perfectly

The whole night they danced
while they stared deeply into each other’s eyes
In which they found a whole new universe

But when the clock chimed midnight
the spell got broken
The prince had to leave
and all of a sudden it was dark

In his hurry the prince left
the poem behind
that the princess had woven for him
with her tender words of love

The princess wept
She was heartbroken
and could not believe that
the subject of her poem was gone

She sent her servants of writing words everywhere
to find the mysterious prince
that fit the poem

Many men came that tried to
fit into her lines
As they all wanted to wear her cloak of love
But none of them had the size
that matched the beautiful heart
she described in her poem

But she never gave up
And one day she found back her prince of her dreams
in the land overseas
that so perfectly fit her poem

And once again she wrapped him
in her cloak of loving words
With which she made him her king
Never ending magic returned


How The Heart Stream Of The Queen Brought The King Back Home

And when the king left
as he went on a quest
to find his own heart,
the queen could not stop crying
Day after day she cried her tears
for her beloved,
each teardrop a drop of love,
a drop of pain,
a drop of missing him

Rivers and rivers flowed
from her eyes
and dropped from the window
Until the people of the land
got worried:
‘Oh queen, you drown the kingdom
with all your tears.’
But the queen could not stop
the showers
that came from her heart

The land got overflowed
by the queen’s waters
Her liquid heartache
had caused a big flood
It reached all the way
to where the lost king
was wandering
And to save his world,
he built an ark

The heart stream of the queen,
all the fluid, shimmering love
took the ship
and brought the king
back to his kingdom,
back to where he belonged
with his queen he found his heart
that he had been searching for

After the queen had cried her last tears
above the land a rainbow appeared
a strong sun dried up the land
and on its fertile ground
the king and queen
built their new kingdom


Making Peace With The Raven

The raven that once came to ambush her,
cawing his threatening words
that made her cower in fear
every night
as she continued to hear his echo,
comes to her again this morning
this time by daylight

And she sees that he just played his role in the story
And now that the story is closed,
he is back a bird
That caws the whole morning at her
and instead of threatening,
He reminds her not to believe all the stories
but to listen
to the magic of life and of her own heart


See also: The Fear Of The Raven

How The Worm Transformed

Once there was a worm
Living in the dark places
in the womb
of mother earth
It was like he was digging
his own grave
As he hid himself
in sadness and fear

Mother earth who saw
the lonesome worm struggle,
one day asked him:
‘Why are so unhappy,
my dear one?’

The worm said:
‘I have this dream
of being a songbird
to fly free in the clear open sky
But I am just a worm,
buried in heaviness
for no one to see’

Mother Earth replied:
‘My dear worm, first learn
to embrace yourself
for who you are
See your own value
Learn to embrace your dark parts
And then believe in your light’

And the worm took
these words to his heart
He learned more and more
How he as a worm helped to transmute the earth
And how out of the darkness
new flowers could grow

And one day he took the risk
He made his way up to the light
And at that moment
a beautiful songbird flew over
That made a dive,
swallowed the worm
and took flight
The dream and the dreamer
became one


The Union Of Venus And Mars

Venus was a beautiful goddess
who encompassed love,
desire and victory
She was the rose of Mars

And Mars, her true love,
was the god of masculinity
He was a sacred warrior
as he fought his battles
throughout the universe

And Venus taught Mars
to fight his battles
not with his mind
but with his heart

Mars taught Venus
to stand up for herself
and be the warrior of
their love

And then one day
Venus called her warrior home
As she longed for her man
and peace needed to be restored
in heaven and on earth

And after a long journey
Mars returned to his beloved
In her arms
he found true victory

And they made love to each other
The heavens were shaking
The stars were shining brightly
As they merged
in the glory of love

And then out of their union
Their love child,
the beautiful goddess Harmonia
was born
Because when two lovers
of true love reunite
They bring love,
peace and harmony
to the world


Conversation With The Moon – Part 2

‘Moon, my heart fills with love
when I think of him
My heart fills with ache
as he isn’t here next to me
Please tell me,
when will I see my beloved again?’

‘My dear, you will see him
the day the sun will rise
the day the king will claim
his power, his land and all
that is his

You will see him when the stars align
When the heavens give green light
When your heart is ready to receive

The day you have stood the tests
faith put on you
And your heart is healed and whole enough
to look with open eyes in the bright mirror of love’

‘But when is that day, moon?’

‘Right on time, my dear.
Anytime soon.’


Conversation With The Moon

She cannot sleep
She is awake
And seeks the moon for company

‘Moon, how come
that you are separated from the sun,
the day is separated from the night
And I am separated from my beloved?

Why is the world that cruel
that an ocean can divide
the land in two
And the sky is that wide
and dark
that stars get lost in it?’

‘My dear, you look outside yourself
and see the world in two
You think the sea can split
But if you would look inside
you would see as one
your beloved and you

And stars shine that bright
that even if they would get lost,
In their shine
they would find themselves


Never Give Away Your Own Authority

And in the forest the bird was searching
For the answers to the
Why’s, the how and the when
She encountered several birds
that told her their opinions

And she thought:
‘They know better
As that one is bigger than me
And that one is older’
But in fact they never told her
more than what she already knew inside

And then there were birds
that asked her to sing
songs for them
And as she liked to please,
to have harmony,
or she thought, she owed them something
She often said ‘yes’
Although there was a ‘no’ inside

There were also birds
that wanted to take over
her place in the open sky
They said:
If you don’t like to fly there,
Just let us do it for you

She noticed
that those other birds
all had pieces of her
And she had allowed it
She had given away her authority

Until one day she decided
to call back all those pieces
She would not give herself away
like that no more
She would stand in her own authority
She would fully trust and follow
her own heart song

Even if that would mean
she needed to take flight
without the others,
without support, without any likes
and on her own
For she knew in the end she always has
herself, her beloved and God
by her side


The Pure, Irish Woman

And far, far back in time
In the celtic lands
There was a woman
Her name was Caitlyn
Which means ‘pure’
She was a healer
As she had the gift
to heal others by her hands
And her special herbs

And one day they brought a man
to her
Who came injured
from the battlefield
She took care of him
And of his heart
with tenderness and love

She gave her special patient
A special treatment
As there was something in his eyes
That was so familiar,
so close to her heart

And the more the man healed
and got stronger
The more the passion and love
between the two

Shy kisses carefully given at first
Turned into fiery embraces
of naked bodies

She thought those moments
could be extended
into forever
As they dreamed shared dreams
of true lovers

But then one day
when she came home
The man had packed his things
And said that
now he was healed
He needed to return to his wife
With tears in his eyes
He said, he was so sorry

She was in shock, she was in pain
She was heart broken
They kissed one more time
And then he was gone

She could never forget
about the man
And kept longing

And he, although with his wife
could never forget about the eyes
and the hands of the pure Irish woman
That still came to visit him in his dreams

A few times she saw him on a market
Among his friends and his wife
She could only look at him
and love him from a distance

She was known
for her magical hands and herbs
Though her own wounded heart,
she could not heal
As now she longed for him to one day heal her


The Lost Sheep

She was not like the other sheep
For she had a sensitive heart,
a poetic walk and dreamy eyes
Although she always tried
to fit into the flock
She never truly belonged

The other sheep that all dashed along
in the same direction,
She mostly went in the opposite

She then thought that she was lost
And alone she wandered in the world
She hoped for the shepherd
to leave his flock
to find the one that is lost

But instead the shepherd
sent her her counterpart
that is as dreamy and
sensitive as she is
And through him
she could find herself


When The Bird Falls From Her Tree

Once there was a bird
And one day her tears got so heavy
That she fell from her tree
Down on the ground she was
She was a heart-wounded bird

She crawled to a corner of the forest
Where she laid down
As if she was dead
She hid herself
underneath some leaves
In her tears she drowned

She lost all hope
that one day
she would be together
with her male counterpart
She tried to recall
All what had happened
She cried and asked:
‘why oh why’

Then there was a wise owl
who had watched it all
And he said:
‘Oh bird,
why are you weeping around
And you don’t use your wings
Why did you stop to sing?’

She answered:
‘I found my true love
The one I have been looking for
all my life
But now he doesn’t love me no more
I lost him
As he forgot about me
and without me he moved on’

The wise owl smiled:
‘How can he forget you
As your song is sung
in his heart
And how can he not love you
As the love that is true
You can never lose’

But how can he recognize
and find you
If you weep and hide
Underneath the leaves
He only left
to find his strength
And to let you find
your strength too
So one day you can both
return home
to the powerhouse
of your true love

So now, get up
and use your wings again
You are meant
to fly in the blue skies
Sing your own song
So he can hear it
gloriously in his heart’

Slowly she rose
And she looked up again
She spread her wings
And flew back to her tree
She started to sing

And he,
in his forest far away
Started to smile
As he heard the song
of his counterpart
be sung in his heart


The Place Where The Crazy Birds Go

Once there was a bird
And she grew up in a dark forest
where she didn’t have a safe nest
to stay
She was born lost
Even before she could go her way

She was not like the other birds
As she had a sensitive heart
that was as a precious, vulnerable treasure
With so much love and light to give
But throughout the years
She had learned to disgust her diamond
And she didn’t see its value

And when she left her tree
To go into the world
She didn’t know where to go
and what to do
And all the time she was searching for love
She knew deep down
she had her counterpart

And in her search she flew
against trees
She fell to the ground
Other birds shook their heads
They didn’t understand
And said: she must be crazy

And one day they told her
That the forest needed to remain sane
And that she as a crazy bird
should go where the crazy birds stay

So they took her to the other forest
They had built a cage around
And they kept guard
Because under no condition
the sane should get mixed up
with the insane

And there she was: locked up
She desperately needed some love
But instead they gave her pills, coldness and distance

As they told her all day long:
‘You are crazy, you are crazy’
She started it to believe it herself
And started to behave as a crazy bird

But there was a wise owl
Who had watched and heard it all
And he said to her:
‘Oh precious bird, this is not who you
truly are
You don’t belong here
You with your love and your light
in your heart
You are the one that is sane
And all the others
who treat you like this
have gone crazy
You need to go out
You need to break free
Continue to sing your own song
Fly your own way
And then it will all work out.’

So she plucked up her courage
And although they didn’t want to let her go
She spread her wings
and flew through the bars

And sometimes it was hard
as she could still fear what others
would think of her
And if they would judge her
as crazy

But more and more
She saw the value
of her own heart
She shined her light into the world
And grew confident
in singing her own song
And indeed,
one day she met her counterpart
She found the love
Then she knew
She had never been crazy


The Pain Of Being Excluded

Once there was a bird,
And you could call her a strange bird
As she was not like the others,
She was different
So yes, maybe she was a bit strange
Her feathers were coloured
And instead of just singing bird things
She sang her poetry

And one day she went to the forest
Of the black and white birds
And there was a singing bird
She wanted to listen to him, to his concert
She wanted to be part and join the others

But from his high tree he shouted:
And all the other birds
started to laugh at her

She could not believe
She didn’t understand
She only came to bring her colours
and sing him her poems of love
And now she was being excluded
And had to leave

And lonely and on her own
She cried and was in pain
It was like she had no right to exist
She wanted to hide her colours
and to paint them black and white

But then there was a wise owl
Who had watched and heard it all
And he said:
‘Oh strange bird, be proud to be strange as you add colours
to a forest that has lost its shine’

And indeed
In fact,
the singing bird could never forget about the strange bird
And he kept wondering about her
He had only excluded her
because her colourful shine had blinded and scared him

And one day he regretted
and he flew over to her
He asked her
to teach him her colourful,
strange ways
and to sing in his forest


The Fear Of The Raven

Once there were
two nightingales
A male and a female

Every night the male bird
sang his heart out
in the trees
of the forest
And then the female bird
came to listen
to his magic sounds

And he saw her there
flying around
Under the moon
Her beautiful eyes
lit up the dark
And he flew towards her
To look
into those two diamonds

First she stayed
at a distance
But as she found
more trust in her heart
She flew closer too

But the closer they grew
The more he started
to shake
Who was that girl
With her magic eyes
that seemed
to have bewitched
his heart
As she stirred up
the deepest emotions
and the truest love

And then she also
started to sing
She sang her words of
into his ears
He started to shake
even more
He enjoyed it,
for sure
But it needed to stop
It scared him, overwhelmed him
It created too much turmoil

So then one night
He called in his friend
the raven
And the raven ambushed
the bird girl
And he thundered through
the forest:
‘Keep your distance, you
weird bird
Don’t come any near
to him no more.
Don’t even fly over
Or otherwise I will call
my army of ravens’

She started to shake
Like she had never shaken
And with her heart broken
and her head hanging down
She flew away

But what to do
As her songs of love
Continued to flow
from her heart
And she could not stop
to sing?
Though every night
She shivered
as she could still hear
the echo
of the thunder cry of the raven
in her ears

So in another part
of the forest
in her own tree
she continued to sing
No one, not even the raven
Could forbid her to love

And one night
When she sang her heart out
In her tree
Under the moon
She saw two beautiful eyes
that lit up the dark
It was her own nightingale
that came to listen
to her magic sounds


Just A Scared Boy, Just A Scared Girl

She had already left
and he was still there
But when she drove away
She realized
She hadn’t shared with him
What was most important,
She had just talked
But hadn’t shared
the depths of her heart

So she drove back
and ran towards him
While he stood outside
And under the night sky
full of stars
She told him she loved him

But he got scared
as she had spoken
the words he had longed for
to truly feel them all his life
But could not yet say himself

And when she saw
the fear in his eyes
She got scared too
They mirrored each other
He suddenly seemed
a small boy
She a small girl
That both longed to be loved
But both had scars
that somehow blocked
their heart streams
to freely flow
into one another

And scared as she was
She ran away
She left him alone
She turned around
one more time
And there he still stood
as a helpless,
scared child
She left him behind
and let him drown
in the sea of love
Where he was not yet
able to swim

And now, some time
has passed
And she realizes
how she once
abandoned him

So after all that time
She drives back
to go to the small boy
under the night sky
full of stars
once again

And she takes his hand
Takes him in her arms
And tells him
Although she once left
He never left her heart
And she never stopped
to love him


The Bird That Was Afraid To Fly

Once there was a singing bird
And every day, every night
He sat there on his branch
He sang his heart out,
and made the hearts of others melt
by his songs
But he could only sing and dream
about the clear, blue sky
and the lands far away
where his female counterpart
As he didn’t dare to take flight

Though every day, every night
the singing bird got unhappier
And even his dreams
and his songs didn’t seem
to soothe him no more

His female counterpart
asked him when he would come
And he told her that would be never
He said to her to leave him alone
and he dwelled on his branch of fear and sadness

He said to himself:
‘I cannot fly, what if it won’t work out
She cannot truly love me,
I will only hurt her
and get hurt myself
And my wings can break.’

A wise owl that had watched
and heard it all,
smiled and said:
‘Oh bird, you want to protect
yourself from suffering
so you don’t fly
and push away everything
of love that could give you wings
But here you are and look
Now you even are
in greater misery
As you cut yourself off
from the truest love.’

So then one day
the singing bird called on all his courage
And even though he was still afraid
He started to sing a song
He spread his wings and jumped
and flew towards the horizon
of his love


The Silent Bird Starts To Sing

The silent bird
tried to find her voice again
For a very long time
she didn’t dare to let herself be heard

She listened to the singing bird
how he sang his heart out
and she admired every tune
But thought that she would
never be able to sing her own heart songs

Though the melodies she heard inside
got stronger and stronger
as the songs of the singing bird
merged more and more with
her silent poems

And one day she called on all her courage
and she gave voice to the sounds
in her heart

It stirred up the deepest emotions
as she sang her poem of love
for her singing bird
she felt him close

But when she finished her song
She got shy
And her own voice made her scared
‘I cannot sing, the singing bird
sings his songs better’
is what she said to herself
‘And I won’t sing again, no never
It’s all hopeless’ and she fell
from her branch into despair

A wise owl that had watched
and heard it all,
smiled and said:
‘How can you love the singing bird entirely
if you don’t love your own singing within you?
Don’t silence the songs of your heart
Don’t silence the love.
You may be scared to sing,
the singing bird is scared to fly
you two are both meant to fly
and to sing, so help each other.’

So from that day on
the silent bird wasn’t silent
no longer
And if you listen carefully
you hear her singing her poems
gently into your ears

from the rooftops

to love is enough

i walk the path to your heart


The Day The King Returns

Once there were a king and a queen
that had seen the light
in one another’s eyes
But then the light got too bright
to look at
And the dark appeared even darker

So the king rode his horse and left
the kingdom
And went on a quest
to defeat the dragons
While the queen freed the land
from fears and turmoil

But her heart kept burning and longing
For her king to return to their sacred land
His ring still on her finger
Every day she climbed the tower
to look for a sign on the horizon

And so the days passed by
And the queen cried her tears
She fought her battles
She grew stronger
But she never gave up
on the one who belongs
to her heart

And then one day in the distance
a man comes closer
It is the day the queen has prayed for
Ever since the day
the king left the kingdom

And the flag is raised
And the fire is burning
The glasses are filled
Happy tears are flowing

And as their eyes find back
one another’s light
They merge in each other’s arms
Their flames shine as one
and light up the kingdom


The Swan Song

She glides over water
Adorned with white feathers
she floats by the grace of her heart
In the shimmering mirror
of the rippling water surface
she looks for the image
of her other half
She sings her song and longs
for its echo

Then one day
her white equal alights
from the heights of her dreams
She recognizes her counter part
And they court for life,
mate for the heavens
As their curved necks entwine
elegantly in a heart
The mirror and its image are one
And in a duet of
sacred partnership
They perform their love
in A minor

Until the day
the heavens open
A choir of angels appears
and shows them the way
And full of devotion
the couple performs
their earthly final;
the most beautiful swan song


The Tale Of The Rising Star

Once there was a tiny little star
That hid itself in the dark sky
And made itself invisible
As it was afraid of its own light

The other stars asked:
Why are you preventing us
from seeing your treasure
How can you truly appreciate
the diamonds we are
If you are withholding
your own full shine?

Your light will help us to shine brighter
Together we’ll connect
the dots in this painting of life
And we’ll hold our place
in divine order
Illuminate the sky
As it was written in the stars

When the tiny little star
heard the words
of its sisters and brothers
And of its purpose to shine
It decided to take heaven’s stage

When the earthlings saw
the rising star above
They applauded
They named it the Pole star
And let it guide their ways



Let me tell you
about Arcadia
A landscape as wide
as the eye
can reach
With clear blue skies
as high as the mind
can think
The land where
wild roses grow
Their hearts
always open
Fields of red, yellow
purple and green

Will you come to me
here in Arcadia
This space in between
Where veils to
other worlds are thin
And dreams are realer than real
Where words and sounds
are being created
Where songs originated
and poems spring
from within
And where everything
is just as perfect
as it may seem

Will you stay with me
here in Arcadia
As king and queen
in this palace
on fertile ground
This source of creation
Where life awakens
To eyes that truly
wish to see


Ocean Of Peace 

I float in my own ocean
An endless space
of peace
and love
Carried by the waves
Water that is deep
and calm
And I am filled with grace

Though then the thoughts arise:
‘What if the storm is real
and this is just a dream’
‘What if dark clouds will push the sun away’
‘What if the waters will be rough again
And I will sink in deep’

My fears arise and make
Ripples in the water
On the surface
Of my ocean

Then I hear
a voice from within:
‘It is up to you
Do you let the sharks come in
Do you make
them appear
or disappear’
I choose.

I fall back in my own ocean
This endless space
of peace
and love
Carried by the waves
Water that is deep
and calm
And no sharks any near


Cup Of Love 

I am on the other side of the river bank
And I hold my cup of love
up high
Precious nectar of the heart
that flows
Shimmering divine
I’d like to offer it to you
But I came from far
and I’m so tired and thirsty
So let me drink it first
Then please choose
If you’d like to drink
from this sacred cup of mine
If your heart is open
to receive
‘Cause this cup of deepest love
is for the braves
Who are willing to lose
everything they once believed in
And maybe
You too would like to share
your cup with me
And unblind me
with your truth
We only have a bridge to cross
So let us meet halfway
Let us be drunk by love
Drunk by our truth



There is a new cat in my garden. I don’t know where she comes from or to whom she belongs.

When I hung the laundry out on the line, she watched me from underneath the raspberry bush.
Later on I had a coffee in the garden and then we watched each other and I wondered: Who is observing whom?

I am a catwoman.

I wander through this world,

Look and observe,

Make myself invisible yet present.

I can lay me down somewhere

But can leave any minute.

I can be anywhere

and nowhere.

I heard the bees zooming around the roses, heard the sound of pigeons. A blue sky with white clouds passing by.
Me, the cat, the surrounding: it was peaceful and in harmony. We both had our own spot, our own space, kept and honoured the distance between us, yet very aware of each other’s presence.

Till the cat got tired of watching catwoman. And then she just slowly raised herself, turned around and showed me her butt.



She is still with me: Inspiration. She gently breathes the words into me. This white angel, does she come from heaven or from hell?
And now she even keeps me out of my sleep.

I ask her to leave, I don’t want her near me here. I tell her to go bother someone else.
This heart drown in pain doesn’t want to swim to the surface no more.
But she is still there, she smiles and invites me into her space.

I put my hands over my ears.
I don’t want to hear the words she blows to me.
I close my eyes.
I don’t want to see her flowing source of light.
I cover my heart.
I don’t want to feel how her touch has opened it.
But even then she is still there.

I tell her I can’t do it. I can’t do what she asks of me.
But she only smiles and then slowly whispers in my ear:

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