Tag: poetry

I met a flying fish who walked on stilts, ‘Cause he liked in mid-air to do the splits. He said he wasn’t interested in joining the circus; “As I’m happier entertaining the local Fishes. Sure it’s hard in the mornings to tie my shoelaces, But the job has some perks that a gymnast embraces. I […]

us and i Although in body, the plural form Of I and another would be “us”, It somehow seems to be the norm, (The Romans one day spake it thus) In common speech to turn “us”es to “i” without any regard for fallaci. Note how your inner botanist surfaces When faced with talk of cacti […]

The Pessoa Witnesses spread their reach… 12-2010 Internet café, Kreuzberg, Berlin 11-2010 4Wheels skate shop & café, Nice 11-2010, bathroom of 4wheels skate shop & café, Nice 11-2010 on Easyjet flight Join the movement & check the spread on googlemaps

#6 Popup Effect “En gros, un pop-up c’est une fenêtre qui s’ouvre sans que tu l’ai demandée.” Effect : de l’anglais, traduction “effet”. Phénomène particulier lié à certaines conditions. Qui bat, qui bat, mon coeur Qui bat, Une chamade grâce à toi, mon coeur Et confirme que je suis bien là Mon corps Qui sébat […]

When I found this little notebook, it inspired me to carry it around everywhere and fill it with Haiku; a feeling, a moment, compressed into minimum words. The inverse funnel of restrictions. Mornings never last, And such is the joy they bring. Moist breath on warm skin. – To know the outcome And still wait for the […]