Floy Dy (Floyd) Ra (Floydson)


'Bleib hier' (Kleine Prosa für Cäthe)


Du gibst alles.
Keiner sagt es ist genug.
Alle woll´n Dich hör´n.
Bleib´ hier mach´ noch´n Versuch.
Echtes hat Tiefe - geht nicht einfach so wech.
Bleibt tief in mir - trinkt alles aus.
Ist am Rock´n durch´s ganze Haus.
Tiefe geht wandern - bleibt wahr und zuhaus´-
liebt nur die Ander´n - will mit Dir raus.
Darf nur von Träumen - vom wirklichen Wir -
wartet, - daß Du sagst - Bleib hier.

04.11.2011 (c) FloydFloydson
@www.uni-verse.de

Submitted: Friday, November 04, 2011

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  • Allemagne Roßmann (9/27/2012 7:08:00 AM)

    Remain here(Small prose for Cathy)

    You give all
    No one said its enough
    All wants to hear you
    Remain here make another try
    Truthness has its breadth-goes not simply out of way
    Remain in my breadth-drink all out
    is on skirt and through the whole house
    Profoundness goes wander remain truth to the house
    loves only another-would go out with me
    Allow yourself your dreams-from really us
    in wait, that you say-remain here

    wunderschön und wunderbar (Report) Reply

  • Ekaterina M. Polischuk (3/1/2012 11:47:00 AM)

    wow! ! ! ! ! (i have nothing to say cause, wow :)) your poem has a nice for me soul melody. it is sad but it is beautiful in its emotions (sorry for using iEnglish. aber spreche ich Deutsch schlecht. und lese ich dieses Gedicht gern. es ist wunderbar) (Report) Reply

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