Babelfishing Poetry: "A Fairy Tale About Disagreement"
Hello! You well? I hope so; well and happy. I have been plagued by heart palpitations all week long, but I am happy because autumn is here, and it's my favorite time of year. I love it so much I wish autumn could last all year long, that's how much I love it (and that's a lot). So let's segue right into some more Babelfishing poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, play around with the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem.
This week's feature is Swedish electronic music duo The Knife's "Heartbeats
" (watch The Knife's video here
, or watch video of Swedish indie folk singer José González's gentle interpretation here
, or listen to an arrangement by Belgian vocal ensemble Scala & Kolacny Brothers here
). Enjoy. A Fairy Tale About Disagreement
It broke out in one night,
but the night was intense.
It seemed excellent
for a long time.
They are all damaged.
We heard it.
I know what to say:
The hunters begin to criticize,
but Klingons do.
They scream at night, they stick,
then the rest.
Good two days,
available in indigo-colored, Japanese-colored choice.
We should not know this.
What will happen to Dee?
Now I know a little about Satan.
You are a small toothed tooth.
Who are you talking about today?
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a fairy tale about disagreement..