Pierre Rausch

Rookie (24.01.1982 / Luxembourg)

What A Cruel World


Adventure Tribute
People are leaving
Half-way, dress someone
Guess, they could...
Among the fairies
Admiring something
Keep out
Admiring the loop
So many people are in the sixth
On the mantle of a bambo, the furniture
Admiring something
So many stylist built cowl of stables
Guess it should be able
Admiring the loop
Thought I saw you in the city
From the tree-trailed moving in pity
Admiring the sky
(Bought a rose) To conduct the mundane spectacle
Bought a rose to escort the flowers of your poem
Bought a rose of the scarf to the spot of a sonnet
Admiring the sky
(Fought in the war down the trench)
|: Against the Admiral with the duty from the ranch: |
Admiring the sky
So many times we stood at ease
Followed the utterance, where we’ve
Admiring the sky

Submitted: Monday, August 05, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 06, 2013

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