Edward Kofi Louis

Gold Star - 10,394 Points (13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)


Computer, come, to, me, put, pot, poet, port, rope, core;
Like a lovely man in the Island of naked women;
Into the silent sea of love.

Computer, ore, roe, pore, tore, more, mute, cut, cute, lot;
Into the islent of the night;
The colours!
From creation and, as with mankind today;
Ware, beware!
Life is like a game.

Computer, cot, court, our, out, pet, rum, perm, term, cop, cope;
Of the Colorado River! !
With the muse of gold.
Hobble, wobble!
Like the gold rush in 'Theuern'!
But, the marriage of the frogs are now seen in India.

Computer, toe, crop, cup, Tom, Tome, Rome, prom, or, met, more;
Of the marriage of the toads!
In the land of your muse.
Like a beautiful woman in the Island of naked men;
Dora, road!
Hobble, wobble, bobble, gobble;
Pot, pet!
Like the Gold found in 'Thüringen'.

Submitted: Friday, June 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 21, 2013
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