Hello! Are you looking forward to the weekend? Me too. Until then, how about a little Babelfishing poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, play with the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem, to tide you over?
This week I've chosen Lisa Hannigan's song "Lille" (watch video here). Enjoy.
We Sum For Cause
He was a sea line.
He wanted the words known, thinking.
He found other questions.
he was extended love, silly.
This death, other reason, now.
We leave on the early cane strokes.
We lost our system; we present the following, however.
Seest thou wrist words?
We love life.
Ryo, Ryo chemotaxis, we present a freedom.
Ryo remembered sleepwear, leave our heavenly white.
The sun, the light mesh, is closed.
Far away, noisy, our head a bunch,
drip irrigation, naive contusion, a childish toy, collapse.
Yes, love us.
Possessive seed, leave us.
Leave out the night.
Remember a living sense of our defense.
More under sunlight,
we travel under the sun. We sum for cause.
The private interest rate sea cut throughout
this line sun on the surface of the sea.