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Pierre Rausch

Rookie (24.01.1982 / Luxembourg)

Best friend's wedding

Good for good
A dog-watch
To be the spy for good
„Never taken departure“

Coachman or carriage
Every good that lies within

Was on the point of ring
Needing pardon to none

Like a whirlwind
Would expire with me
Our father testament
To bring confidence again

Up to the very top
Who held fast to be hold
Junction therein
He had reached the end of the walk

Near her
That he would go as far as the end
Could be looking at that confidence
That we state

Showing this turn in his youth
Foundation of confidence
The young girl trembled at eye

From distance, at expiration
Such was his habit
She wants you right here
She wore her crape bonnet

Near her
When she glances in this
That is to say, with a battered hat
That he would go as far as the end
Briefing-case white on a mission
Or that man can't, towards, handle
On the verge of swooning
How are ya the next to croon

From distance, with relay
She wants you here to display
At contemplation to a better sphere

The same bench, the well-known couple
Her white gloves, the well-known couple
From distance, say nothing to another
At expiration to another sphere

Submitted: Thursday, August 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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