Treasure Island

Madrason writer

(24-07-1967 / waalwijk netherlands)

Als ranke Lotusvoetjes


'Ik ben dus ik denk! Madrason Desartes 21-eeuwse poeet.'



Als ranke Lotusvoetjes


Ik hark de jaren zo bijeen
hectaren in mijn onderbroek
in loze uurtjes zeer alleen
getart door zelf onderzoek.
Af het juk en stuk
het knellende keurs-stijf
op zoek naar geluk
en een ontspannen lijf.

Zo dreef ik, overschreef ik wel
schuins en recht en krom in 't spel.
De -blanken- Gedanken
zomaar op 't besneeuwde vel
vielen ze neer in streepjes teer
en blauwe vingerkootjes
als ranke Lotus-voetjes
bevrijdend niet te snel
te zeer niet anecdootjes;
-Ik dacht- 'Dit overleef ik Wel! '

Submitted: Sunday, June 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013

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Madrason 16 juni 2013

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