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Babelfishing Poetry: "Chicken Must Be Enabled"

Babelfishing Poetry: "Chicken Must Be Enabled"

Hello! You well? I hope so; well and happy.  Me, I'm not so hot.  But that's the way things go sometimes.  And regardless, it's still time for more Babelfishing poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, poke and prod the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem.

Featured this week is a traditional children's song that we all loved to pantomime along to, "Itsy Bitsy Spider" (watch video here [and I know it's only a cartoon, but it still bothers me that the spider is anatomically-incorrect {the legs are supposed to be all on the front cephalothorax part of the body, not the abdomen}]).  Enjoy. 

Chicken Must Be Enabled

A little small,
more water cents.
After the rain,
clear out the house.
but abolish the rain.
A little small,
Rose Orr.

A little small,
she went to the kitchen wall.
SWOOSH! wind.
But when at home,
Van de Go!
If you are the branches,
so a little small.
Please check the wall.

A little small
Chicken must be enabled.
Habitat home.
A little small,
but times.

A little small.
Switch to zoom
and cats,
but throw in the air.
Cat bowl,
these two.
A little small,
although creep.

A little small.
Some of the glass slide,
so laid-back.
A little small,

A little small,
Gabe disappears.
Week of the month,
however, if the network is ready.
A little small
per day.

Tags: babelfishing, poem

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