Silke Scheuermann Poems
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Silke Scheuermann was born on 15 June 1973 in Karlsruhe. After studying literature and theatre in Frankfurt, she continued to work there as a lecturer.
She has published both poetry and prose in various journals and anthologies, amongst others in ‚neue deutsche literatur’, ‚Beste Erzähler 2001’, edited by Verena Auffermann (DVA), and ‚Lagebesprechung’, edited by Kurt Drawert.
At the Literarischer März 2001 in Darmstadt she received, together with Sabine Scho, the Leonce-und-Lena-Preis ‚in recognition of the originality of her tone, a musical idiom of ironic melancholy that is well formed and yet knows how to embrace things almost nonchalantly.’ In their citation the ... more »
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Undine is leaving since Hans no longer admires her new clothes
Your gaze away from body to horizon
distances yourself from me and the things
the blood corpuscles the gestures
and finally the shining trio eye tooth lip
leads beyond daylight into other rooms
far away to the grave-diggers the graveside orators
the putschists and fighters in Grozny
to the rainbow red yellow red
since every cloud spits only pus and blood
my mother told me early on
never sleep with a photographer
they have seen too much already
You are near hills of tulips or wherever
This is the city the pedestrian precinct
here we are here...