Pierre Rausch

Rookie (24.01.1982 / Luxembourg)

Television


Television
Television, the Orangerie and
Exiled closed shops friend
Leggins three or four years old
Ether negatively said nor told
Versus an emission emitted
In the prisoners emitted
Sunday afternoon, Tuesday night
Invisible man for freedom fight
Old thee in the street of Burma
No Tibetian priests or Karma
Legoland in Denmark never got
East by northwind overflood
Under the bridges stood aside
In the eye the stranger euclide
Shall we meet up the Summertime
Inside no one commits a crime
The gargoyle bets on the roof,
Nesting with you to proof
Television is a medium among others
Radio, newspaper other
Lobbyists on decision floor
Headline the amexican floor
Upper class driving
Bended airplanes, city jams
Sybil wonders South
As ignorance's under my mouth
There’s nothing going on
I'm a catastrophe
You aren't through

Submitted: Wednesday, August 07, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013

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