Hello blog peeps. How's everything going? Hunky-dory? Yes? Fabulous! So, let's take a couple of minutes or so now and settle in once more for some Babelfishing poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, experiment with the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem.
And for Babelfishing fodder this week, we partake of the traditional song "You Are My Sunshine" (listen to Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash sing the song here). Enjoy.
East And West Of Jupiter
Two beautiful nights.
I'm in your hands.
Woke up, my darling.
I'm not mistaken.
Head down, crying.
We love eternal happiness.
This is the same.
If you're still my love,
you will regret it all the time.
You said to me, "My friends love me!"
You live in Or-Otherwise.
But I left, east and west of Jupiter.
You crushed my dream come true.
You use them because it is big days.
Sky will bring my gray hair.
I did not know, my friend.
I love people.
Please, do not have my usual.