Treasure Island

Hebert Logerie


Idées Folles, Pensées Drôles

Idées folles
Pensées drôles
Il faut avoir beaucoup d’amis
S’éloigner des émis à tout prix
Et éviter les ennemis sans répit.

Idées drôles
Pensées folles
La vie n’est jamais simple et facile
Et la mort beaucoup plus difficile
A accepter dans un monde sans accent et sans style.

Les amis vous protègent
Les émis vous tendent des pièges
Et les ennemis vous brûlent dans la neige.
Idées folles
Pensées drôles.

(Signification du mot émi: tantôt ennemi, tantôt ami.
Un émi ou une émie est un mot inventé par le poète Hébert Logerie)

Submitted: Thursday, August 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 23, 2013

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