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· Jew Be or Not Jew Be; The Story of a Perpetual Alien

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· Stories about my childhood, my Mother and her family.

· The Butterfly Effect (Repost) Revised

· A living, breathing abstract art…- (Satire)

· Christmas Miracles.

· The Anniversary.

· Traces In The Air - A story of Meaningful Coincidences.

· A Bar of Chocolate… and a Smile…

· You'll cry where no one will see you.

· Professor Somersault knows it all.

· Travel Diary USA - Canada. 1995.

· About the Book -“Remember Us”

· About dicks and arseholes.

· Dotcomology

· Bringing up kids.

· Blogito, ergo sum.

· 2 Blog Or Not 2 Blog.

· Terrorism, martyrdom: A "Jew-ish" perspective.

· Ruminations…

· Who needs Love?…

· Thoughts… just thoughts… Part 2

· Once upon a time - Sonnet

· A stroll in the autumn glow - Sonnet

· Autumn Requiem

· Hallowed be Thy name…

· After sunset - Sonnet

· Why visit museums?

· Searching for your face in the clouds – Sonnet

· Ideal Man – Ideal Woman

· Tanabata - Sonnet

· A Moment On a Summer’s Day… - Sonnet

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· Author Interview at Phoenix Book Reviews.

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  In a far-far away world…
by Peter J. Oszmann
Tuesday, August 24, 2004
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In a far – far away world, stranger than fiction,

Where absolute permanent peace rules in the land,

Where there is no quarrel and there is no friction

And where such things as war no one can understand;

Creatures talk to the plants and the plants answer back,

Love is on a high level, eternal, sublime

And nobody ever suffers any setback.

Lifetime is a long time, no disease and no crime,

And there is just one reason, you must understand,

Why everything is so absolutely perfect:


There are only two creatures living on that land,

A creature called Cryck and his plant he won’t neglect.



© P. J. Oszmann (2002)

© Illustration: Original pen and ink drawing on art paper. (1977)

Photocopied, hand coloured, scanned, enhanced and reduced in Photoshop (2002)




(This little nonsense was inspired by that other piece of nonsense (the illustration) I drawn

in 1977 and found amongst my pile of “rubbish” in 2002.)





Jew Be or Not Jew Be

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Reviewed by Lori Moore 8/26/2004
Love the art. Very interesting indeed. Great write.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 8/25/2004
Nice package you have created here, Peter! Love both the poem and pic; well done, my friend!

(((HUGS))) and much love (and continued prayers), your friend in America, Karen Lynn in Texas. :D
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 8/25/2004

beautiful picture and write--now if only mankind would take a lesson from this outstanding piece! BRAVO!

(((HUGS))), love, and hope you're well, karla. :)
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 8/24/2004
Neat to find old stories/poems etc when digging thru junk, or what you thought was junk...I wish I could have found my writing from when I was young, but the parents probably threw it all away, can't blame them it was mostly lyrics to very dark, self written and self played music...I enjoyed the thought herein of a world without strife anyway, maybe someday...Ed

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