Poems by Christian Jaeger

May 19, 2019

Written by Christian Jaeger

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“Contact” 

By Christian Jaeger 


Nothing’s more chaotic 

Than two faces, familiar 

Passing by, should say hi 

But decide then to ignore 

Deciding to ignore, indeed 

Ruins my whole day 

People are so cold, so curt 

When they choose not to say 

“Hey” Instead we ignore 

We turn and we hide 

We avoid all contact 

On our left and our right 

But it’s contact we need 

And love we must spread 

So why invite chaos 

Right into our heads? 


“Phrases” 

By Christian Jaeger 


Are these people temporary 

Or are they permanent? 

We are all just 

Life’s puppets and toys 

Never put a numeral on your life 

Smoking weed out of tinfoil & late-night chicken nuggets 

Love is a violent feeling, sometimes; 

it controls your life & your body in the most beautiful way in the world 

Love is chaos 

Chaos is love