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Sebsibe Bade


Les Perdus


Nous sommes tous des voyageurs
Montés à bord d’un TGV de rêve
Qui nous conduit si brusquement à l’avenir,
D’un clic au monde de fuite des idées folles
Compatibles avec nos fantasmes
Nos têtes pérennes des visions
Récurrentes
Incessantes
Ce génome qui nous fait rêver
Qui respire, qui vit l’avenir
Ignorant les fleurs de l’instant qui fleurissent
Gracieusement devant ses yeux
Refusant de réjouir du clair de Terre
Refoulant les capteurs de ses futures
On flotte avec des ailes des anges
Pour chercher ailleurs
Pour saisir le moment et le transformer
Avant qu’il ne puisse se naître
Nos mains si loin étendues
Pour cueillir le fruit de désir de demain
Dont l’arbre n’est pas arrosée aujourd’hui.

Submitted: Monday, September 07, 2009

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  • Rookie - 1 Points Original Unknown Girl (9/7/2009 5:47:00 AM)

    This is gorgeous, I only managed to translate a little of the words but read the wings of angels and the joining of hands and limbs. It is passionate in any language... just gorgeous. Whomever your muse is, they are very lucky to have this dedicated to them. HG: -) xx (Report) Reply

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