Poeme: A la derive

by Evelyn M. Wallace
J’ai perde quelqu’un de vue.
                                          Je me lache a’ poser dans la rue.
        Ca gaze a’ rien
                                                  et sens mon coeur est malade, pas bien…
Le meme coeur ou
                                    tu fait comme chez toi.
                            J’ai mort de l’amour
                                                              J’ai mort de l’bisous et
                                                J’ai mort de l’causerie
                                          et J’ai mort de l’ahurissment.
J’ai mort de la mort
                                               De soif et de faim pour toi.
Qu’est ce que t’fais avec mon vie?
                   Tu as perdu au jeu?
                                             J’ai la main mais je me couche.
                     @ + tard
    La Chateau Demoiselle t’aimez !
Je t’aimais, je t’aime et je t’aimerai 
mais en deuil  parce que
… you took your love away from me….Sukiyaki                     
   How can I tell you how much I loved you ? There are no words in any language that could, only my eyes could tell you. 


About Evelyn

The Castle Lady Official web site: www.ilovecastles.com other blogs: ilovecastles.blogspot.com evelynsrockpages.blogspot.com evelyns-nailsforlife.blogspot.com
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2 Responses to Poeme: A la derive

  1. Goumiliov says:



  2. Evelyn says:

    Eine guten freunde sagt mir, "Der Sinn des Lebens besteht night darin. Gute karten zu haben, sondern mit denen die du hast gut zu spielen. I agree with him. That\’s what I\’ve been doing all these years. ; )


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