Café Noyer and Blue Precipices (english poetry)


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A tick clinging to the bristles of a purple boar.

23 thoughts on “Café Noyer and Blue Precipices (english poetry)”

      1. My favorite lines were: “I’ve seen them passing: passions I’m yet to meet, masses of anguish, of euphory, checked linens of blue expressions, and how lonely I was to presume. any-soul would react to the misty vulnerability condensating my sunglasses.” Just so good! ☺️

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      2. Oh… thank you. I’ve found that real events always transmit more sincerely, although at times, it’s harder to figure how they should be written.
        Merci, you warm my little heart.

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    1. Thank you!, Sunil.
      I don’t know which word you’re referring to. Most of the vocabulary I use, albeit foggy, is picked for sake of rhythm. At times, it works out, and other times, not so much.
      Your compliments are very sweet.

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    1. Smokes! You are Lawrence Estrey, I loved your piano recordings! I play a bit, have done since youth, and I creep the foggy waters of Piano WordPress whenever I get the chance.
      You are a very, very talented man, and your keys are impeccable.

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    1. Thank you Jacqueline, I appreciate yours, also!
      You got it completely right, the composition a couple other nuances, here and there, but your interpretation is exactly what I had in mind while writing this in that public café.


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