Madrason writer

(24-07-1967 / waalwijk netherlands)

If Byron Sounds Bygone


If you like to copycat
just go ahead
that's fine with me
if there's something
you don't understand
I'll lend a helping hand.

If that twinkle
just a moment's
gone
her eyes at me
inspired my fantasy
than blame it
on the sun.

And if Byron
sounds bygone
a beg your pardon mum
but a hero died
in me
and I just needed
someone
to make me
see believe it
and retrieve
it and receive
it here
with love
from me
or just a tease
if you please.

If that note or sound
or that cubic round
has found a tone
to be released
i am pleased
you relate
so don't hesitate
and copycat
on we.

If the world belongs
to me it will
belong
to anyone
are we but
nomads in the sea
like stars that shine
in a factory
are we to be-
come refugees
like the birds
from the cats
in the trees?

Your not mad
and i wont be sad
if you will copycat
with all your might
that some of me
than do it,
copy-right!

Submitted: Thursday, October 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 04, 2013

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