Pierre Heinen

My white mare

My mare is my symbol for liberty,
white fur, black wings. Insanity.

In my dreams it takes me on his back,
riding through the night so black.

Out there, just the stars and the moon,
my mare, my dream and my doom.

I cannot fly, but this sensation is so real.
I like to ride into the wind, I like to feel.

Maybe, if you look in the sky with no cloud,
between the stars there is a mare, no doubt.

And when I am back and awake in my bed,
the dream has gone, that makes me very sad.

I cannot walk, my days are dying in this wheelchair.
I wish it would become true, my white mare.


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Published on e-Stories.org on 10/01/2007.


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Payla – Die Goldinsel II von Pierre Heinen

Sobald der Winter vorbei ist, wird der Kampf um die Goldinsel Payla beginnen. Zwei Reiche werden sich gegenüberstehen und die Welt auf Jahre hinaus in ein Schlachtfeld verwandeln ...
Oder gibt es jemanden mit diplomatischem Geschick, der einen solch blutigen Krieg verhindern kann?

Pierre Heinen, Jahrgang 1979, ist seit frühester Jugend begeistert von Geschichtsbüchern und Verfasser unzähliger Novellen. In Form des zweiteiligen „Payla – Die Goldinsel“ veröffentlicht er seinen Debütroman im Genre Fantasy. Der Autor lebt und arbeitet im Großherzogtum Luxemburg, was in mancher Hinsicht seine fiktive Welt beeinflusst.

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