Pierre Rausch

Rookie (24.01.1982 / Luxembourg)

Last Letter - Poem by Pierre Rausch

An autograph has got you
You got mentioned twice
You've got an autograph
An autograph, you are nice
You wrote a last letter
If my head hurts, it is better
If heart stops to trump
If I jump, down the bridge, the oil fridge
Down the garden, roofs of the fridge
If my crane bursts to shatter
If I loose I’ll jump
You wrote me a last letter
If my crane bursts, it is better
If my head stops to breathe, if I fall
Could you write me a last letter?
If I joined a paragraph that matters
Should you choose another pattern?
If I had second thoughts
Cell comedy, took hunter
Would I join the black Panther?
Could I hold on to Sting?
If my letter composes him to sing
Would you explain it a bit further
So we'd sit in plains, harm and order
Would you shoot out in terrain
If there's a slop to refrain
Milan, you've described a park
And you've refrained under dark
You wrote a last letter
If my crane hurts, it is better
If my head stops to breathe, if I fall
Down the rain, down the ball
Down the October Mendiev
At Golan days in Dur F
That thee red trampoline
The eastern ringing
The ward to connect
High speed train toward object
Ceremonies unite
The suburbs, eastern pride
Clashing pesticide
The convulsive season
If I can't compete, Li-am
The plasticizes, the stand of trees
Lightest fall, falling tree
Shall we revolt on bare feet?
Shall we revolt complacency?
We depend on tenacity?
First in ourselves, the third season
If I can't compete, Li-am
If I've appointed a restaurant
You've written me a last letter
If my crane burst, it is better

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 8, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013


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