Two grooves

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The coffee is steaming leisurely in the kitchen when I pass out. I remember the coffee, also because I can see myself hitting the floor.

I don’t see myself from the outside, as the eyewitnesses report on TV, when once again the afterlife, the near-death as a grumpy revenant is pressed into the 23:00 slot. No, rather I look out of me. Someone else is falling. Quietly, a green-black metallicity envelops me, through which all the world changes…

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from Hamburg, St. Pauli. Blogger, sailor, consultant and author. Blogs at www.blogfrei.de

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from Hamburg, St. Pauli. Blogger, sailor, consultant and author. Blogs at www.blogfrei.de

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