Valérie Bergmann

inconditional past

CONDITIONAL  PAST

 

 

Will so much have wanted to like the life along the days without deferment

 

I will as well have wanted to believe as the way was marked out along the railway

 

I will so much have wanted to run the rage in the middle with research of happiness

 

 But I went up the snow-covered collars of my years dangers

 

 And my dammed state made me skid the doors are close and the memories explode

 

I will so much have meant you the beauty of the things without the worst not becoming an empire

 

 I will so much have meant you the route which makes dodge the "galere"

 

 I will have wanted to say you as well the love as I carry you before time does not carry it

 

But I lost the faith and fire without flame in which I bathe my heart burns only my skin where the cold bleeds me

 

But silence is of ice and all exceeds me.

 

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 04/24/2007.

 

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