dinsdag 23 september 2014

BALLAD-13 b a l l a d 8

B A L L A D 8

8.1
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked 'hup!'
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Busy sauntering following the busy sauntering deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the raven indeed is good
     Yes I can sing the beautiful sluicesong of the polderpeople
     'We in the polders saunteringly search for beautiful intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a 'hup!'


8.2
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked cry
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Stingy beaming following the stingy beaming deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the crest indeed is flawless
     Yes I can sing the indifferent streetsong of the citypeople
     'We in the cities beamingly search for indifferent intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a cry


8.3
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked 'enough!'
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Humbly scraping following the humbly scraping deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the night indeed is slow
     Yes I can sing the gloomy herbsong of the steppepeople
     'We in the steppes scrapingly search for gloomy intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a 'enough!'


8.4
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked sob
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Frugally gathering following the frugally gathering deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the dream indeed is pale
     Yes I can sing the hollow windsong of the coastpeople
     'We on the coasts gatheringly search for hollow intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a sob


8.5
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked 'come!'
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Skillfully fleeing following the skillfully fleeing deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the heart indeed is hard
     Yes I can sing the prompt brooksong of the slopepeople
     'We on the slopes fleeingly search for prompt intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a 'come!'


8.6
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked yell
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Loudly laughing following the loudly laughing deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the smoke indeed is sharp
     Yes I can sing the outspoken snowsong of the tundrapeople
     'We in the tundras laughingly search for outspoken intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a yell


8.7
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked 'go!'
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Tenderly harassing following the tenderly harassing deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the wound indeed is clean
     Yes I can sing the vigorous reedsong of the lakepeople
     'We on the lakes harassingly search for vigorous intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a 'go!'


8.8
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked wail
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Crossly compelling following the crossly compelling deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the sun indeed is pure
     Yes I can sing the inert rocksong of the cavepeople
     'We in the caves compellingly search for inert intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a wail


8.9
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked 'hurrah!'
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Shrilly scolding following the shrilly scolding deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the seagull indeed is wild
     Yes I can sing the gay dustsong of the savannahpeople
     'We on the savannahs scoldingly search for gay intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a 'hurrah!'


8.10
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked yawn
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Cramped tilting following the cramped tilting deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the strength indeed is weak
     Yes I can sing the surly mudsong of the riverbankpeople
     'We on the riverbanks tiltingly search for surly intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a yawn


8.11
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked 'stop!'
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Cracked fizzing following the cracked fizzing deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the hope indeed is delicate
     Yes I can sing the calm sodsong of the heathpeople
     'We on the heaths fizzingly search for calm intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a 'stop!'


8.12
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked yodel
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Obscenely shunning following the obscenely shunning deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the rose indeed is timid
     Yes I can sing the ancient moonsong of the desertpeople
     'We in the deserts shunningly search for ancient intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a yodel


8.13
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked 'now!'
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Vituoso consuming following the virtuoso consuming deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the uvula indeed is soft
     Yes I can sing the cautious grazesong of the veldpeople
     'We in the velds consumingly search for cautious intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a 'now!'


8.14
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked whistle
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Hoarsely hiccuping following the hoarsely hiccuping deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the crow indeed is early
     Yes I can sing the rigid datesong of the oasispeople
     'We in the oases hiccupingly search for rigid intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a whistle


8.15
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked 'bah!'
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Wistfully lingering following the wistfully lingering deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the youth indeed is happy
     Yes I can sing the hasty mosquitosong of the swamppeople
     'We in the swamps lingeringly search for hasty intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a 'bah!'


8.16
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked snore
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Perky muttering following the perky muttering deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the woman indeed is loose
     Yes I can sing the modest turfsong of the bogpeople
     'We in the bogs mutteringly search for modest intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a snore


8.17
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked 'help!'
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Longingly hopping following the longingly hopping deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the rice indeed is fresh
     Yes I can sing the cool humussong of the moundpeople
     'We on the mounds hoppingly search for cool intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a 'help!'


8.18
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked belch
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Unyieldingly jumping following the unyieldingly jumping deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the belly indeed is lean
     Yes I can sing the cheerful fungussong of the forestpeople
     'We in the forests jumpingly search for cheerful intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a belch


8.19
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked 'no!'
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Slavishly lisping following the slavishly lisping deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the task indeed is vain
     Yes I can sing the chaste rainsong of the prairiepeople
     'We on the prairies lispingly search for chaste intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a 'no!'


8.20
     But to be able to let escape an unprovoked tune
     Just for once produce a sound that holds a surprise
     Fussy podding following the fussy podding deer, makes me forget
     To repeatedly give actual breath to sage language is healing 
     To see ever anew whether the man indeed is lazy
     Yes I can sing the contented damsong of the terracepeople
     'We on the terraces poddingly search for contented intravagant peculiarities'
     But to, unprovoked!, be able to let escape a tune






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