Hello! Happy 2014! I hope you had a joyous celebration of ringing in the New Year. And to kick off a new year of Babelfishing poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, play the punctuation a bit, winding up with a quirky kind of poem, here's a winsome little song by Sally Rodgers called "Lovely Agnes" (listen to song here). Enjoy.
Leaving The Wisconsin Situation
Oh, get married, Agnes. What was your style?
Dense Lake Michigan (Lake Michigan), always broad indigo.
You can reach the sea along the coast of Lake Michigan (Lake Michigan).
Come, forest flower children.
Yes, you and me, leaving the Wisconsin situation.
My dad is a bit of my life, but I think agriculture.
Gay and lesbian remains buried on the left side of urban life,
but I will come in the spring garden.
Thermal weapon last winter.
And three children, Curtis, and sites devoted to her.
Gussied young children after the fourth decade.
I love and grew up in the mind-calm.
He will go through a tough time, Agnes Utsukanaga.
Three years now, the end of the fruit trees.
Children and grandchildren on his patella
and throughout the summer, to the Crystal Lake Beach.
Beautiful Agnes, now 12 years old, I welcome these four points.