sex and sex and more

Sex and sex and more [sex ?] [than sex ?]
Again and again
No end
They just started
They wanted all

[sixteen] [sexteens]

Never split never apart [for once] [not for ever]
[He] knows [she] knows [not]
Sighs and tides [overseas] [it all] [he] [overwhelmed] [she]
[New idiom] [no words] only heights sounding away [inside]

VOICE ONE
Did you hear them ?
VOICE TWO
Where ?

Over the highlands of fright [frailty]
They sank [no question] they blew [no answer]
They [he] [she] mixed

No gender was left

¿ What else ?

¿ Could they go back [come] to [themselves] [each other] again ?
[Did they have to] ?

No [body] [one] was known to guide
Weren’t they [he][she] the firsts to climb these unexpected water[fall]s ?

Untill he heard what he thought he could not hear [here]

"Yo me consumi en aquel reino que quise fundar"
"I burn how I burn in this realm of yours in these lands of mine"

Untill the song [famous ] [familiar] [unique belonging]

Only this time [ cette fois ]
[He] goes [she] goes not
[Il] part
Ne par - t/s pas [elle]

VOICE ONE
Did you hear from them ?
VOICE TWO
You told me
VOICE ONE
Erroneous so erroneous
VOICE TWO
Is it ?


Type de document : vers

Auteur fictif : Capitaine L

Auteur réel : Carole Lipsyc

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Pierre dit P’tit Gars

Enfant, Pierre faisait de drôles de rêves qui duraient très longtemps. Il voyageait dans un univers parallèle, un Paris imaginaire, et il y retrouvait Loula. Loula, louna. Lou la Divine. Et puis les rêves se sont arrêtés. Il a appris un métier, il s'est marié, il a eu un enfant.

Pourtant, de temps en temps, comme à fleur de regard ou de peau, il a l’impression de sentir qu’il existe autre chose et que Loula est là. Près de lui.

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