Hi, I'm a German artist and people call me Captain Crash because that fits me best. I like and do music, arts and writing, I am interested in pretty much everything except for math and economics, I am a loonatic for history, cultural studies and fencing... and I'm kinda weird in a healthy way. If you want to know more, just ask.
I wrote this some time ago when I was stuck in a phase of recovery from exhausting days being hung over and ignoring the wreckage that furocious outcomes of drinking cause to yourself and your surrounding world, now I am over that and back in good shape, but though maybe this gives some of you a little touch somehow. Tell me what you think of it! =)
In My Garden
I’ve been out in the suburbs lately,
Watched the swamp giving birth to dreams
Under the cold dark sky.
Watched the dirt baptize souls in
The streets where the rats eat the
Puke of the dead that
Shoot themselves to brain damage in lightspeed,
Searching for thrills in the Nirvana of
Fastly wasted youth,
I’ve watched the Minstrel Show
The announcer with his big
Feathered hat and his shiny Boots,
Screaming into the night
The words of The Lizard King:
“Is everybody in? Is everybody in? The ceremony is about to begin!”
A short groan somewhere, then
Led silence again.
The sins come rushing at you like a freight train,
With sunken eyes, a crystalline rush,
Shimmering damnation, to ruin even the noblest of ideas
With howling laughter.
I watched the people,
Living there for a long time,
Disappear from the ones
They had loved for so long
And now come back to dig for luxury
And then be left burning on the street,
Not aware of danger in their sleep.
With the rhythm of lust, that echoes through the air,
And makes your bones shiver,
Queen Mab spreads liquid amnesia
Over the face of the fallen clown
Who beat himself to death with
His own joke’s punchline,
While sinners turn into priests
Just to clean their hands
From the ashes and the flames
In their back as they turn
Around to flee in madness.
I’ve been out in the suburbs lately.
When I came back,
I noticed that I was
In my garden.