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Babelfishing Poetry: "Oh, Happy Person"

Babelfishing Poetry: "Oh, Happy Person"

Hello! Would you like to see some more Babelfishing Poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, nudge the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem? You would? Well, you're in luck!

Would you like to see the Emerson, Lake and Palmer song "Lucky Man" get sliced and diced by the Babelfishing process? You would? Wow, what a remarkable coincidence, because that's exactly what's on tap for today! (Watch video here.)


Oh, Happy Person

Analysis
of Whitehorse
and women
dressed in satin,
waiting by the door.
Oh, happy person.
Oh, happy person.

Red cowardice
added that investment
in a mattress cover.
Oh, happy person.
Oh, happy person.

He went on to say:
In order to win
the state
and the king
of war, talabani
and his people
are honored to sing.
Oh, happy person.
Oh, happy person.

He discovered
the shaft of his blood,
and he is crying.
No money can save him.
Saving money is
not the number of sets.
Oh, happy person.
Oh, happy person.
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