Michael Witkowski

Rookie (14 July 1973 / Berent)

Television Cento Saturday Morning - Poem by Michael Witkowski

You can see what we have -Farm carts topple over in full ride.
Planes by men for men made -Here is the riddle- where did we
shoot this clip - France or Germany? If I am a TB patient, I am

Not sure 1 can endure the whole course of treatment -Well after
The match, Thierry Henry said the club's failure to make big
Signings contributed to the defeat -One can really see it if one

Watches the market- Couldn't feel much better the way I feel
Tonight -Listen in silence, zitto e godi, she pets and strokes her
Wee pointed cushion; rubs the junction

What's more, the defendants conceded owning explosives -
You do not See me -But in Bavaria, there is discrimination as well –
Against bell's holy ringing - Hahaha we will reach the coast at four

-First, you have to spend six hundred Euros for the video camera and
Then the Computer, you do not need that here- Birds chirp and twitter
In the last thirsty years the ice plates around the Arctic have shrunk -

The youth do not know what pulque is- they only see the TV advert
And want to buy- The strict expert an flirtation turn out to be a
Bachelor. So my son is paid forty-nine euros for the rent - I get

Paid forty-nine euro for the rent Yes I talked to her -
I have it under control - I will not make it- one does
Not know it before- But I know it- awkward situation

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 15, 2005

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 15, 2005

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