tragende Ge(h)danken

So weit die Füße tragen,
das Herz führt uns beim Gehen,
der Kopf hat viele Fragen,
wir suchen zu Verstehen.

Wie oft uns Zweifel plagen,
das Herz lässt sich berühren,
doch auch ein leerer Magen,
der läßt den Geist verführen.

Was will der Weg uns sagen,
es spricht so laut die Stille,
wohin wir uns auch wagen,
wer ist wohl wessen Wille.



Mit schwerem Gewissen,
nass das Büßergewand,
die Schuhe verschlissen,
fern und in fremden Land,
der Fall klar umrissen,
ein Pilger im Regen stand.


little Poetric Wolfgang

I’m well, on/in my way, with many lucky happydents 🙂

I have to walk,
and not to talk 🙂
Wuffgo, Wolf to go,
oneway, ownway, ..
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My Way (of pilgrimage)

And now, the church is near; so I can see the final section.
My friend, I’ll say it clear, and I’ve got some more reflection,
tears in my eyes appear, I’ve traveled each and ev’ry pathway;
And more, much more than this, I did it my way.

Regrets, I’ve had a few; But then again, too few to mention.
I did what I had to do And saw it through without exemption.
I planned no charted course; few careful steps along the byway,
But more, much more than this, I did it my way.

Yes, there were times, I’m sure you knew
When I hike far more than I should do.
But through it all, when was wrecked down, I took the bus and went by train.
I faced it all and I admit it all; And did it my way.

I’ve loved, I’ve laughed and cried. I’ve had my fill; my share of losing.
And now, as tears subside, I find it all so amusing.
To think I did all that; And may I say – not in a shy way,
„Oh No, oh no not me, I did it my way“

What is a pilgrim, what has he got?
If not himself, then he has naught. To say the things he truly feels;
And not the words of one who kneels.
The carnet proves I did the moves – And did it my way!
…                            Little Poetikuss (2012)

(It is no coincidence, that it sounds like Frank Sinatra’s song,
it just fits with small adaptations.)

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 Fines terre
I had my Waterloo in Spain,
and did my crying in the rain,
while nobody could see my pain,
true to say, I did it in my way,
okay, I used the car and pay,
no flay, no stray on my last day,
to reach the final destination,
I need horsepower motivation,
to finish my peregrination,
…                            Little Poetikuss (2012)

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Trusted facts

Dear brothers and sisters in dust,
what I learned on my way to say,
just feelings of feet you can trust,
but thoughts and emoitions may play,
sometimes you are in needs and must,
but after you still have to pay.
…                            Little Poetikuss (2012)

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Where are you?

Who knows the longing as well as I do,
understands suffering, perhaps also me,
longingly I looked in distance for you,
suffering from love, you widely can see,
it’s no longer burning inside me, it shows,
who are you, who loves me and knows?
…                            Little Poetikuss (2012)

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Only the lonely

Just only a few would know,
how solely now, I miss you,
such much, deep, far named so,
oh I do, I do, I do,

but no one is here to show,
though when sky blue is true,
now like sunset I could glow,
longing my biggest bijou!
…                            Little Poetikuss (2012)

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Wonderlands day and night

Wherever never ever land is located,
I was there,
whomever never ever dreamed before,
I met her,
and I know, its now or never more,
I get her,
live was never lovelier to be,
loving me,
we’re never tired of doing love,
whatever be,
never ever have to say sorry,
means love,
love what is, endings ever worry,
rise above,
it’s truth without story,
true love,

The day we never met,
and the tomorrow never dies
whatever happens to us!

However, whenever, whatever, wherever, whoever,
ever better late than never and maybe forever.
                                                                           Little Poetikuss

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Go(o)d’s luck

My loving thoughts are with you,
no matter wherever you will go,
love, whatever you will do,
todays sorrows are tomorrow ago!
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