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Heartfelt poetry for the Ausländeramt

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There's poetry in German bureaucracy. (Photo: public domain)

Behind foggy glasses they ask me if I want to bleib (stay) here for immer (always) / Immer is such a long dirty word

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Poem: “27 voice messages”

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Poem: 27 voice messages a daughter will refuse to ever listen to, having inherited her father's cell phone shortly after the evening he departed, never to return. Photo: public domain

27 calls, a week or a day too late to be heard.

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Podcast and video: “I am human”

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A team effort on trying to make the world at least a tiny bit more “human”.

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Poem: Invisible feathers

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The airs of winter can bring over nostalgia for bygone kisses.

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Poem: The tale of Rosie and Sally

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Magnetic, she knew how to make one feel special.

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Poem: Baras’s “The Sorrows of the Dockyard”

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Baras poetry: Here Lito Seizani, who is originally from Greece, pays homage and opens us a window into the Greek poet's characteristic work, with her translation of one of his ship-related pieces. http://leipglo.com

Perhaps she was falling asleep in hope/Of escaping the evening boredom of the docks

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