Poems

Moritz Weber

Moritz Weber, born 1981, lives in Saarbrücken, Germany, and by profession is a mathematician.

”I started writing and reading poetry about twelve years ago, and since then it evolved to be a substantial part of my life. Although it is officially “just a hobby”, it is much more for me: Writing is a kind of a log book of my thoughts, if I don’t write something down for a week it is as if I hadn’t thought at all. So, for me mathematics and poetry are just two ways of exploring the world… These poems are my first written in English (usually I write in German).” – Moritz

Translation
The translation
of a situation
to an impulse
to a thought
to words
to words of another language
to a readers mind
to an impulse
to a thought
a process
which is not free from
– gains
…………………………
Spectrum
On my point
of the spectrum
of diversity
of life
How to act?
How to think?
How to feel?
How to live?
On my point…
…………………………
Boundary
working
at the boundary
of knowledge
exciting, extending it
exciting, extending it
walking
at the boundary
of knowledge
demanding, exploring it
demanding, exploring it
living
at the boundary
of knowledge
all alone

…………………………
Coffee to go

coffee to go
garbage to throw
lifestyle to show
pleasance to flow
who pays?
…………………………
(none)
COOL
SHOW
MASK
DEAD

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