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William P Haynes

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jeu de mots sur turnstile
by William P Haynes
Friday, November 23, 2007
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Turnstyle Blues in French

Jadis I'homme croyait le monde carre'
et je cherchais l'horizon
Jadis tes mots e`taient du miel
tes yeux brillaient  magiques
et je cherchais a` faire partie de ta vie
Lorsque l'homme apprit que le minde e`tait


                                                [une sph`ere


l'horizon ne fut plus un myst`ere
Lorsqu`elle partit pour ne plus revenir
je compris l'horizon


J'aime la couleur de vos yeux !
L`expression vous est venue comme ca, tout droit
tomb`ee du ciel ?
Non, je pense pluto `a la mer !
(Et un rorqual bleu de 31 m`etres et 120 tonnes
surgit tout ruisselant du cristallin.)
Le soupirant avait vu juste !

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Reviewed by Theresa Koch 1/26/2008
L'ami remarquable de poème j'ai apprécié ma visite ici.
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 12/14/2007
I want to KNOW what this says, it looks precious!

Happy Holidays William! Common, take the time and re-write it to share with us all, or is a SECRET! LOL

Warm hugs and Warmer Blessings, Warrior Lady Sweet Sheooxoxo STay Positive!
It sounds sexy, am I close!??
Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten 12/5/2007
Gosh, I wish I could understand this...What's it say? :)
I tried to pronounce, but I just can get over how pretty all the accent marks look! LOL!

Love and Peace~
Kimmy~
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