Bri Edwards


123.... Shabu.....[Mystery language fun; Short]


Shabu dawa linksplite tan pluverritsky,
waw donar pli fasterfit Vinter smitsky.
Tan bura sin plastekiter balka plivera.
Sonnenfister tum corridar fandi estera?

Pli tum wander stiperot. Con tilda solo....,
vasten go snitsky voya tributen monobolo.
Qintor splicken tan floradawa yanfolker,
bin Cuskert sin balka fissenwallerspokar.

(Jan.2013)

Submitted: Saturday, January 26, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

i know that sometimes a poem 'sounds' (i mean like music) good to me even when i don't understand it. i rarely listen to lyrics for understanding/comprehension. the voice(s) is like another musical instrument to my dull ears. so i made up some words, threw in some rhyme and whatnot, and came up with this poem.
i added the 123 just so it would end up near the top of my poem list. i assume many poems don't get read because they are low on the list. i sometimes go to the end of a poet's list to sample the wares.
while writing this i was aware that some of the words are 'really' words in Spanish, but i was surprised when i typed it into computer and noticed how many are English! duh! some are both!

Comments about this poem (123.... Shabu.....[Mystery language fun; Short] by Bri Edwards )

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  • Monk E. Biz (6/23/2014 3:38:00 PM)

    Wtf? Chuck
    I'll have to go sample some of the same LSD
    to be the one to to decipher this work of Bri (Report) Reply

  • Danny Draper (2/20/2013 2:05:00 AM)

    Sir this may have been written in tongue from the book of Gibberish, but i felt the rhythm. Reminds me of the the ill fated Scottish poet, Duncan Biscuit, whom drowned in a beverage while semi-submerging his cookie. Words will have great phonetical patterns and soggy cookies for example will go: splook, spedunk owee! (Report) Reply

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