Pierre Heinen

Your picture in my hands

Looking at your picture,

makes me feel the pain.


Doesn’t make no pleasure,

a damage, I have to sustain.


You said, your love for me has gone,

now I know the true meaning.


My feelings for you aren’t none,

and I don’t want you leaving.


You said, you would forever go,

you did not lie to me.


But I love you, I vow,

and you are hurting me.


Your picture, I am still looking at,

while pain tortures my heart.


I am more than just sad,

my bleeding looks like art.


Without you I cannot live,

and death will bring me peace.


If something at last you will me give,

be at my funeral, please.

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 09/19/2007.

 

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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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