Centina Alexa König-Weichhardt
Emotional and surreal fiction and poetry captures the essence of the human experience, exploring the depths of the mind and the complexities of the heart.
Shadows of the Invisible
The mirror showed a reflection that wasn't my own. My eyes penetrated the glass, drawn into the abyss by the specter of an unfamiliar self. As my perception wavered, I teetered on the edge of an otherworldly chasm, consumed by a disquieting sensation that gnawed at the core of my being. Hesitation held me for a moment, but curiosity's relentless hunger pushed me to reach for the cold surface of the glass.
Flowers in a vase, blue water. Science in a bottle, art the universe around. Stagnation kills the whale. Fear kills the octopus. And both cannot eat each other. What did they say when we were little children? That the devil will come. And the devil came. And he left again. Actually, it's a woman. I saw with my own eyes. Blood streamed out of them.
Kali and the Myth of the Dschungel
In the heart of the tangled Dschungel, there lived a creature of darkness, a black puma with a voice unlike any other. Kali, they called it, possessed an uncommon talent, the power of speech. For ages, Kali had wandered through the jungles, keeping a watchful eye on the denizens that roamed in its midst.