‘Winterende’ – Ein Gedicht

Winterende

(Ein Gedicht von Dieter Kermas)
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Neulich hat mich das erschreckt,
was Winterkleidung sonst verdeckt.
Körper, die weißen Maden gleichen,
liegen als blasse Winterleichen
in Bädern und an vielen Teichen.
Der Winterspeck ist gut geraten.
Hier liegt man, um ihn auszubraten.
´Ne Wabbelwampe schwappt vorbei.
Drin sind Bierchen, mehr als drei.
Die Milch wird wieder luftgekühlt,
was nett aussieht und gut anfühlt.
Ist der Mensch dann durchgestylt
wird er vom Winter rasch ereilt.
Und was er mühsam hat erreicht,
der dicken Winterkleidung weicht.
Der Körper wird nun eingesackt
und im Frühling ausgepackt.

©Dieter Kermas

Image: Pixabay.com

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Dieter Kermas, CaliforniaGermans Author and a true Berliner, turned to writing after he retired from his profession as an engineer. Family and friends urged him to document his many experiences during his childhood in wartime Germany. This made for a collection of various essays which have been published here at CaliforniaGermans. (You can find the stories here on CaliforniaGermans.com by putting “Dieter Kermas” into the Search Box.) Apart from his childhood memories, he is also sharing some of his short stories and poems on CaliforniaGermans. Dieter Kermas, who loves to write, has published his first novel “Kolja. Liebe im Feindesland” in 2016, available on Amazon.com . Some of his work has been included in anthologies.

To get in touch with Dieter Kermas, please send an email with subject line “Dieter Kermas” to californiagermans@gmail.com
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