Pierre Rausch

Rookie (24.01.1982 / Luxembourg)

An English Film (Theme: Funeral) - Poem by Pierre Rausch

An English Film, couple of melody, funeral
An English Film, central of melody, funeral
An English Film, couple of guests
D'Artagnan (under parade)
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No storms in the yard, the silver shot
No quarter in the weather, since you're not
Turns day to night; negative
Levels up the fleeing gale
Process in the weather, once
Darkness in the wealth of the loin
Is half its nation; the fathomed groin
Breaks on tangled land, cluttered water
The seed that makes a gum
D'Artagnan (under parade)
And there drops down
In sleeping tale
In the weather of word and tome
Is wealth dry; the icicle quick
It moves up like the icicle

A process in the weather
Turns to noise; each motherboard
Sits in double shade
Process blows the motion
Pulls (down) the shabby curtains
(reference: daydream-nation)
And you give birth to devotion

In the anthem of word and tome
Is wealth dry; the icicle quick
It moves quick like the icicle
D'Artagnan (under parade)
A process in emergency
A turbulence under
General management
D'Artagnan (under parade)

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 9, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013


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