Hello all! Thank you for dropping by again, it's so nice to see you! I hope, wherever you are, you're all comfy and relaxed on this Black Friday. You are just in time for this week's Babelfishing poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, kludge the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem.
When I first head this song I thought it was dumb. I hated it. It was the epitome of simplistic and stupid to my ever-so-refined and sophisticated 11-year-old sensibilities. I cringed every time it came on the radio, and I was exceedingly grateful when it finally disappeared from the hit parade. And fortunately I eventually forgot all about the song. Until now. Dunno why I just thought of it, really, but now I'm stuck with it as an annoying, juvenile ear-worm.
And now you can too! Don't ever say I never share with my friends. Here's "The Unicorn" (listen to song here). Enjoy.
An Interesting Hidden Liqueur
Once upon a time, a green rotsadedamitsa.
Like other animals so far,
it is free-running across the country.
Kholoqvela is a giraffe.
Okay, now the guilt and malignant pain eyes,
I've seen a couple of reasons.
And he said: "Come on, Undatsvimisa, I say!"
I said, "Hey, Brother Noah's words,
our Board reported what to do,
'K? We have established a floating zoo."
Bruno Gadakhedamartavda, rain farmer.
He plays an interesting hidden liqueur.
Rain poured through the rocks and explosives.
Oh, silly near us!
The ship began to move on the Internet.
Alcohol started to cry, but stone.
For this reason, Arasdrosdghes, giraffe out.
However, I can see long-neck goose and L.L. crocodile green.
Cattle and camels and some chimpanzees, some chunky value.
Elephant rats and cats and some slightly octopus, but I came out OK!
If a giraffe.