Irene Beddies

To a once beloved Friend





To a once beloved Friend


What did I do
that I deserve
your complete silence
or forgetfulness?
We were so close
 and loving friends,
I felt,
before we parted.

Is this the way
a friendship ends
that had its tenderness
and caring –
will ever we be sharing
again the fun  
we took in talking,
the joy we had 
by looking to the stars,
pleasure we felt
while walking
through fields and wood ?

We are apart
not only by mere distance
of thousand miles –
but still I hear
your voice and see
your look.
Then I believe
in our once so tight
relationship
and smile.


© I. Beddies


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In Krollebolles Reich: Märchen von Irene Beddies



Irene Beddies hat in diesem Band ihre Märchen für Jugendliche und Erwachsene zusammengestellt.
Vom Drachen Alka lesen wir, von Feen, Prinzen und Prinzessinnen, von kleinen Wesen, aber auch von Dummlingen und ganz gewöhnlichen Menschen, denen ein wunderlicher Umstand zustößt.
In fernen Ländern begegnen dem Leser Paschas und Maharadschas. Ein Rabe wird sogar zum Rockstar.
Auch der Weihnachtsmann darf in dieser Gesellschaft nicht fehlen.

Mit einer Portion Ironie, aber auch mit Mitgefühl für die Unglücklichen, Verzauberten wird erzählt.

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