Slava Olchevski

Rookie - 20 Points (1964 / St.Petersburg, Russia)

Mein Kampf. Die Verlovenen Kapitel. I - Poem by Slava Olchevski

A bottle of wine left on a floor
Half-empty, half-full

My mind is elsewhere, wandering about things
Half-stupid, half-fool

You are the one constantly on my mind
Half-naked, half-dressed

What would I give, to be closer to you
Half-touching, half-pressed

I know, I know, I am out of my mind
Half-delirious, half-obsessed

And yet, the nagging thought continues
Half-bugging, half-pest

What chance do I have without money, without power
Half-jester, half-clown

To win you over my fair lady
Half-royalty, half-crowned

God has answered my silent prayers
Half-unwittingly, half-unaware

An artist drew us in a picture:
Me, fully dressed
And you almost certainly bare.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 22, 2009



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