Saut Situmorang

Rookie (29 June 1966 / Tebing Tinggi, North Sumatra, Indonesia)

Love Song Of Saut Speedy Gonzales


love is a Burmese cat running across the road & was shot at
by APEC leaders’ security members

love is the tampon that you mistook for a Chinese herbal tea-bag

love is red & fiery like a member of a Communist party

love is never boring except in a Hollywood movie

love is in the air & like a fart it is always interesting & smelly

love is a full course of Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault with
a sprinkle of Alfred Hitchcock

love is used to be blind & childish & very Greek

love is now multicultural & global with English as its medium
of expression

love is real like a cruise missile launched from an American
USS-Imperialism

love is sexy & lovely like a multicoloured used condom recycled
to the Third World countries

love is an Indonesian clove cigarette you smoke during a Mozart concert

love is high culture like a backpacker running out of toilet paper
in the jungle of Indonesia

love is never vegetarian & not going to be one either

love is alcoholic & full of nicotine

love is poisonous & very very addictive


are you ready for love?

Submitted: Friday, October 03, 2008

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