Sausages

So very national is taste
that nations do accept:
anger about it is a waste
there’s nothing to adapt.

Respect for other nation’s whim
is easy, so I ask
why tolerance is seen as grim
and impossible task.

Isn’t variety of life
the spice which always works?
Let us forget the war and strife
and enjoy nation’s quirks.

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My poems are a selection of subjects concerning man and their relation towards nature. Some funny aspects of human behaviour have been inspired by pictures, as all in all pictures go with each of the poems. Human nature at its best.

Autorin: Anne Reimerdes
Taschenbuch: 70 Seiten
ISBN-13: 978-1096409908
Erschienen: 30. April 2019

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