Biography of Nicole Ronne
French Canadian girl studying violin performance in the US. My mother was Breton, so I learned playing Celtic tunes on violin growing up. Poetry was something I started doing after she died, and most of it will never see the light outside of my pink notebooks.
Nicole Ronne's Works:
Nicole Ronne Poems
Just A Game
Pissing in the wind Missing all your friends Keep running backwards You talk but lack words
Jack Nicholson jumped clear over the moon And Britney Spears just married a baboon A spaceship was spotted over L.A.
Starring At The Stars.
Sitting by an hour glass, Starring at the stars. Sitting as the hours pass, Starring at the stars.
I love to play the piano And love to hear the guitar; I love to listen to your voice And I dream about the sitar;
Everybody Gets A Prize
Stevi gets a prize for lighting a match, Suzi gets a prize for reading a book, Timmy gets a prize for making a catch, Tina gets a prize for learning to cook,
I love to play the piano
And love to hear the guitar;
I love to listen to your voice
And I dream about the sitar;
I would love to learn the guitar.
While I’m at it, the sitar too.
Which means: I’d love to play you.