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Babelfishing Poetry: "You Love The Elegant Connection"

Babelfishing Poetry: "You Love The Elegant Connection"

Hello! And how are you lovely bloggity people today? Great, I hope. And since it's Friday, I hope you're ready for more Babelfishing poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, modify the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem.

Today it's the Leonard Cohen song "Sisters Of Mercy" (listen to song here). Enjoy.

You Love The Elegant Connection

On the left, a nurse.
They are gold.
I thought I could not continue
if they were waiting for me.
They have a comfort to me,
they brought me to this song.
Ah, I who long to go,
I acquire them.

Well, who cannot control it all
to go to ten thousand?
However, as soon as you start
with the family of the soul,
he's here.
Well, I'm here to hang you.
I think I see the way
you want to please you.
If you feel the holy,
your loneliness says that you
have committed a crime.

Well, throw me.
I made my confession to them.
My eyes are a touch,
I put my hand on his dew.
If your life of paper shredders
and we condemn the season.
You love the elegant connection.
And green spaces.
And a leg.

They slept when I got here.
I'm aiming it at once.
Do not turn on the lights,
you can read your e-mail address
from the moon.
This is when I hear
that they sweetened your night
when you are not jealous of me.
Yoshi Megumi! We are not like that.
And he will still be good.

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