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Bonjour mon cher

Bonjour mon cher
(good morning my dear)

pas encore la pêche. trop chaud.
pense que je vais essayer de prendre
un cours de photographie
d'apprendre à connaître le monde numérique.
je vois beaucoup de possibilités
de photos dans cette ville.

vous sentez-vous la nostalgie
que vous vous préparez
que vous regardez quelque
chose et rappelez-vous
que vous avez à jeter beaucoup de choses?

il est huit heures du matin.
temps pour une promenade
avant que la chaleur roule po

peut-être couper les cheveux à
nouveau aujourd'hui.
ce n'est pas une mauvaise coupe --
ressemble à la vôtre dans la longueur.
mais de toute façon, ne semble pas
pour durer longtemps

sons que les choses vont bien
et vous êtes excité à propos de votre nouvelle vie
ce sera une belle longue visite, votre ville natale.

beaucoup de sueur ici
et la sueur coule de mon aisselle
il ne sent vieille chèvre.
j'utilise votre truc d'alcool.
juste jogging. beaucoup d'humidité
cet endroit est comme la vôtre.
bientôt vous serez en sueur aussi.,

beaucoup étreinte humide, je t'aime

good morning my dear
(Bonjour mon cher)

not fishing yet. too hot.
think I will try to take
a photography class
to get to know the digital world.
I see many photo possibilities in this town.

Do you feel nostalgia as you pack,
as you look at something and remember?
Do you have to discard many?

It is eight in the morning. Time for a walk
before the heat rolls in.

Maybe haircut again today.
It is not a bad cut --
looks like yours in length.
But somehow does not seem,
to last long.

Sounds like things are going well
and you are excited about your new life.
That will be a nice long visit,
to your hometown.

Lots of sweat here,
so the armpit is so free to flow
it no longer smells like old goat.
I use your alcohol trick.
Just jogged. Lots of moisture.
This place is like yours.
Soon you will be sweating too.

Many wet hug, I love you.

©anna laurencio /2014
06.19.14 .thursday
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Submitted on August 26, 2014

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