Le Fabuleux Destin D’Olivie.  ….yeah right…

    I am a copy cat. But just ever so slightly.

Have a lovely day, and set a balloon free.
            (unsigned)



it’s almost haiku

it’s almost a music box waltz
slowing time as we near the end
but it’s accordion and toy piano


These aren’t my memories, so why do I have them?

I can feel your hand in mine – it’s so tangible –
yet you are so far away
all these things I imagine we’d do
but you’re not even here

I can picture you at the sea – but it’s the wrong side-
the wind blowing your hair across your eyes
and yet, and yet-
you are not here

we were stargazing on the roof – or so I make believe –
it was perfectly clear, though it smelled of rain
I remember it so well
it’s just that you weren’t here

we took a walk in green park and got caught in the rain
we waltzed through the park, through the storm
I really thought that happened – but I know it didn,
because you are not here.

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4 Responses to “”

  1. EthanByUntitled Says:

    Haiku are much fun.I like much the second poem. I want to put it to music.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    I WANT A TOY PIANO

  3. Anonymous Says:

    NAY I WANT TWO

  4. arun3 Says:

    da moose, da moose (da moose, da moose)swimming thru le va-ter (svimming thru ze wa-ter)not eat-ing his sup-per (not eating his sup-per)where did he go? (vhere did he go?)he went to sleep (he went to sleep) x4[above selections two more times]da moose, da moose (da moose, da moose)floating in deh va-ter (floating in deh wa-ter)not eat-ing his sup-per (not eating his sup-per)where did he go? (vhere did he go?)he decomposed (he decomposed) x4remind me to sing this for you sometime. it’ll be bloody ‘orrible.- – -“where’s my MOOSE?!”- – -z: and you will meet your–g: say “moosey fate”! say “moosey fate”!z: oh all right. your MOOSEY FATE!g and z: ah hahahahahahahaaaaaahhhhh!- – -and by associative memory, the first thing i thought of when i saw “moose” was:g: where did the last piggy go?z: [slack and drooling] blughhhhhhhhhhh

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