Hello, how are you? Did you have a nice New Year's Eve? It was nice and quiet here in my new neighborhood, in contrast to the noise from illegal fireworks (and the possible occasional gunshot ) I used to hear in my previous neighborhood. So let's enjoy 2020's inaugural episode of Babelfishing poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, adjust the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem.
The Plastic Ono Band's "Give Peace A Chance" seems like a good song with which to begin the New Year (watch video here; advisory: contains historic news footage of police interacting with Vietnam war protestors). Enjoy.
The Inhabitants Of All
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All the residents.
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And the eye!
Bye, farewell, Rabbi Bishop and wizard's reward now,
All the inhabitants.
We come editorial, have completed short faction, you came, we nursing,
nursing large medium format and rendering transform negotiations in punishment.
Law regulations, note Japanese self-26 United Daily focus countries.
Everything is peace-a-chance.
Every person is talking about Japanese book!
1st Japanese Yoko Ono, landlord,
suspicion, rosemary, water,
plum, a stray restaurant, incense, annihilator,
phosphorous ratio, abalone, gold moxa,
my two children!
First U.S. safe Rosedale Greentree Shule Charmaine Plum Ai Weiwei observation Cummins barrier wild Hari Krishna, HARIHARI Krishna:
The inhabitants of all.