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simply: tell.

We feel deeply attached

to a place that has entrusted us with its very personal secrets and stories. They arise from its nature, live on in our minds and finally find their true purpose through pen and paper.
The mountain knows many stories that are just waiting to be told. Pick up your pen or read what the mountain has whispered to people here: our mountain stories.

Quite, Easily, Very, Hard

Edith Senkel


Ashes were not heavy. They can be carried, he thought; he should be able to handle that.
Her eyes. Big, blue, no tears. A look.
Old wrinkled hands, clasped together tightly, unusually tight.
“Go up there with me!” she had said.
He knew it then. She didn’t need to let go.
Her eyes, moments later. Big, blue, no look.

Up there. Many years they had gone up there. Up there.
Fleet-footed, at first. Together, always together. Even today.

Can’t breathe, can’t breathe. He has to stand still, prop...

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[Translate to Englisch:] Lightness

[Translate to Englisch:] Laura Mautone


For Elsa and Tony

Ring the bells that still can ring.
Forget your perfect offering.
There is a crack in everything.
That's how the light gets in.

Leonard Cohen

The English trains proceed along the tracks in an orderly fashion. Making no noise at all, they drift through the countryside like sighs.  Your gaze is drawn towards the sea. Near the coast it’s the colour of mud, whereas the countryside inland fills the eyes with an intense green and little yellow dots, meadows covered in...

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