Posts filed under “Poetry”
I will sing all night,
and make sure you’re entertained
till the morning light.
I just stuck my head
in the florist’s for a sec,
and now look at me!
“If They Knew How Ordeal Loved Me”
by Maria Kalaeva
Tonight it’s it can’t suffer from much worse
Versus no one should in all cases feel like
I’m two quarters and a sympathy down
And I don’t dearth to draw a blank how your voice sounds
These words are all I take so I a postal card them
I stress them just to and get by
Romp, th‚ dansant
We’re falling separately to halftime
And these are the lives you fondness to lead
Dance, this is the avenue they’d dear one
If they knew how ordeal loved me
(Dr. Boli thinks “I’m two quarters and a sympathy down” is the most poetic thing he’s heard all month. A question for readers: Is this a machine translation, in two directions, of a popular song? Dr. Boli himself stopped paying attention to popular music after 1945.)
proved that steam could be used for
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