Alexandra Motschmann


Dialoge Between Pessi And Oppti - Poem by Alexandra Motschmann

P: Men will destroy this planet for sure
He is like that seeking for treasure,
longing for fame and name
O: All livings you might tame
just give them another ethical fundament
and he will seriously understand
the value of tolerance, love and respect
P: New worths what a ridiculous aspect
just contemplate the historical past
and observe the monuments that last
mainly about war and destruction
O: And beautiful architectural construction
like Rodin’s Kiss or Michelangelo’s paintings
Taj Mahal, the Pyramids and other sightseeing’s
beauty always attach the heart and spirit
P: yeap and that’s exactly the demerit
what great philosophers figured out
bad bank, investment or leverage buy out
money will be never enough
O: Wow that’s tough
what do I want for myself
is not merely pelf
it’s pleasure and happiness
P: and for me I have to confess
in this funny human game
I need a name and fame
and how I reach this I do not care
O: and in the end if you don’t share
nothing will remain than pain
come on that’s just insane
richness, wealth and prosperity
combined with generosity
is the concept of mankind
P: and what we find
is war in its million ways
that’s what pays
everybody is involved
and of course absolved
you wear rose-colored glasses
O: and you walk toward impasses
your eyes are blinded by negation
shall I borrow you my variegation
you might detect other spaces
and discover new traces

Epilog
the glass of water in front of both
let the one be wroth
and the other full of joy
each wanted to deploy
his skills and point of view
facts and ideas to eschew

Topic(s) of this poem: fantasy, happiness, prejudice, real life, real success, welfare


Comments about Dialoge Between Pessi And Oppti by Alexandra Motschmann

  • Sranisha Francis (9/20/2015 5:50:00 PM)


    the glass of water in front of both
    let the one be wroth
    and the other full of joy, Yes beautifully wrought it
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 19, 2015



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