Photos: Heinz Peter Knes – Words: Sokol Ferizi

Heinz Peter Knes für Starship 16
Heinz Peter Knes
I.You are a horizon, a thin straight line that bends effortlessly
and becomes an astounding ball of light.

You are ineffably sexy.
A scorching heavenly body that falls and cures me of my lingering longing,
timing out my restlessness,
leaving me aghast with shame, and on fire.

You are a horizon,
I, the blistering errant speck,
Sometimes, in your throat.

*

To effect change solely by desiring. (My attitude and behavior.)
To see change solely on the basis of desiring. (My pleasure and suffering.)
Heinz Peter Knes für Starship 16
Heinz Peter Knes
II.That which hovers discreetly for the umpteenth time over and perhaps—with a bit of bad luck—through youtends to liberate through annihilation.

III.one is gifted
he is gifted
infinitely unequipped
an artistis already a word
more ignoranceimmense ignorance
received, secured and lost
each piece of music gives
Heinz Peter Knes für Starship 16
Heinz Peter Knes
IV.A line so thin has never stretched so far. Yet, while neither have thought of
crossing, we are to an other like trees passing against the empty road. Drawn to and strewn with thoughts of driving through your garden, your den. Therein I lie within my wanting. Not that “I am” is an other any more or less of the same that you are.

A puzzle.

*

What is the difference between fantasy and transcendence, between trespassing and exile, between the bed and the dancefloor?
Flying, I pick up your thoughts, lover.
Starship 16: Cover Klara Liden
  1. Editorial 16 Starship, Henrik Olesen, Nikola Dietrich, Martin Ebner, Gerry Bibby, Ariane Müller
  2. In this issue Starship
  3. Interview with Leo Bersani, Berkeley, Oct. 1995 Katja Diefenbach, Leo Bersani
  4. Untitled (Flat finish) Michael Krebber
  5. Man sagte mir, dass das Leben schmerzhaft sei ... Cornelia Herfurtner, David Iselin-Ricketts, John Allan MacLean
  6. Karl Holmqvist Starship 16 Karl Holmqvist
  7. Auf der Flucht vor der neuen Dringlichkeit Hans-Christian Dany
  8. Nilpferdkönig Tenzing Barshee
  9. Animal Farm Karl Holmqvist
  10. I started this column a million times Eric D. Clark
  11. Score for Possible Performance (Alonesome and Twosome for Two or Four Players) Michèle Graf, Selina Grüter
  12. Those ornamentals and these accidentals never they will meet Francesca Drechsler
  13. Access cont'd John Beeson
  14. Cut you down to size Robert Meijer
  15. Things Mercedes Bunz
  16. Die Welt geht unter Amelie von Wulffen
  17. Way Beyond The Pale— (An) Itinerant(’s) Meanderings Scott Cameron Weaver
  18. Mongiardino Christopher Müller
  19. Why the military should be the first client of art Robert McKenzie, Peter Fend
  20. Giraffe Birth Leidy Churchman
  21. Photos: Heinz Peter Knes – Words: Sokol Ferizi Heinz Peter Knes, Sokol Ferizi
  22. Nach dem Referendum / Over Time Pt. 2 Florian Zeyfang
  23. La femme nouvelle Nadira Husain
  24. Being invisible is the new cool? Stephanie Fezer, Vera Tollmann
  25. Octavia E. Butler Octavia E. Butler
  26. BOandI Monika Kalinauskaitė
  27. Bonnie Camplin Bonnie Camplin
  28. No Gerry Bibby
  29. U.I. Matthew Billings
  30. G. Luke Williams, Natasha Soobramanien
  31. Refound Poetry Evelyn Taocheng Wang
  32. Ein Auswandererroman Ariane Müller
  33. Comedy of Reading Katrin Trüstedt
  34. Mr. Palomar's Vacation Jakob Kolding, Søren Andreasen
  35. The Scrapbooks of Teruo Nishiyama Jay Chung, Q Takeki Maeda
  36. Reality Workshop David Bussel
  37. Queer Crit Potluck Kaucyila Brooke, Louis Coy, Boz David, Jennifer Green, Blake Jacobsen, Tyler Lumm, Giselle Morgan, Ace Shi, Vickie Aravindhan, AJ Strout, Josh Winklholfer
  38. – Xorri, didn’t get the memo # Hey Majorca! Julian Göthe
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