Aber erkennen wir sie tatsächlich genug an? Wenn wir Sonnencreme auftragen? Wenn wir unser Essen essen, das ohne sie nicht existieren würde? Wenn sie unsere Tage erhellt? Oder während wir darüber nachdenken, was wir tun können, um unseren Einfluss auf die globale Erwärmung zu reduzieren?
Welche Rolle spielt die Sonne in Deinem Leben? Jetzt ist es an der Zeit, der Sonne eine kleine Hommage zu erweisen!
Hier sind Eure Einsendungen:
up up in the sky
round cozy warm but dreadful
in summer – she rains
Ojo Victoria Ilemobayo is a young Nigerian Student of the prestigious institution: Lagos State University (Sandwich Programme), a phone graphics designer, a budding poet and a video editor.
Some of her works are published by Mixed mag, Onley magazines, Mad Swirl, , Communicatots League, Ink Baby Literary, Upwrite Magazine,WSA, Prawns Paper, and somewhere else.
When she’s not writing, she’s studying, watching the stars at night or probably singing and listening to “Uyo meyo” by Teniola Apata.
Alex Giegold is a photographer and part of the artistic duo Giegold & Weiß.
With her work she is questioning power structures in visual culture. She
systematically engages in phenomena of social normalization.
Alex Giegold ist Fotografin und Teil des künstlerischen Duos Giegold &Weiß.
Sie beschäftigt sich systematisch mit Phänomenen gesellschaftlicher Normierung. Ihre Arbeiten hinterfragen die Machtstrukturen von Blickkultur.
What the sun means to me: It is new beginnings, second chances, opportunities waiting, warmth, and changing our perspective. It lights up our world like a radiate soul. After every dark night, there’s a new day.
My name is Meredith Bass, like the fish 😉 I’ve been taking pics for as long as I could remember, but it seriously started 2014. Portraits have always been my favorite, But fun fact: my first job was a videographer position.
His stripes have been replaced by bands of fluorescent sunlight
Looks for the weeping bird under the chair, finds only roads
So looks again, inside the lion’s stomach, inside the cartwheeling jets
Amber eyes are drenched in gasoline tears, set on fire
The sun commits arson, over the rooftop pools, the steaming coffees, the kaya toasts
Cat tears off his fur with his tongue, dons a cape, then leaps
into all the liminal spaces, now blazing
Ser Nin is a poet and writer from Singapore.
Instagram: Ser Nin
My name is Nikola 🙂 I decided to share my favorite cup of tea at my favorite time of the day: The Golden Hour. I suffer from anxiety and this time of the day soothes me in a very incompressible way, it just does. Perhaps my body and mind decides to calm down on their own (which I really appreciate) and I start to prepare my favorite tea: Earl Grey… Too pretentious? Perhaps, but people like me (too scared of constant change) have these kind of repetitive rituals everyday.
Hope somebody can feel related to the “rituals” of anxious people. They are a little “safe spot” every day in a very changeable life :). Thank you!
Instagram: Nicky BJ
Martina Rimbaldo is a woman who lives and works in Croatia. She always carries a pen and a notebook in her purse in the case of a sudden inspiration in order to write it down.
Her work is published in Nightingale &Sparrow, Oddball Magazine, The sage cigarette magazine, Spillwords.com, Thruly you, The Street Light press websites, and her artwork is published at weekly blog of Royal Rose Magazine, her photographs are published in Bleached Butterfly and Anti heroin chic.
She loves to paint abstract painting, read religious books, watch horror as well as old movies with Audrey Hepburn, Sharon Tate, Brigitte Bardot who happens to share her birthdate and (over)thinks, especially about death, what some people find morbid but not her, it is a part of life too. Her goal is to be a good person.