"Angel Rat" as written by Denis Belanger, Denis D'amour, Michel Langevin and Jean-yves Theriault....
The idiot walks along a canvas
Sunday rendezvous; mister phobia

"Maybe, today, fear will go away, I'll

A gruesome rain, a seraph wailing
Flapping madly, shaking on the wing

"Listen, my friend, never look down
From the cliff"
"Take care, beware! do try to catch
The eclipse"

Obsession, the will to fly
It would be nice
Still, a nagging doubtful mind
It will be fine
Straight ahead half luna shines
Now is the time

Here comes darkness
Distanced from above
Bold emptiness
Omniscient fog

Up on the edge
Ready! one, two, go!
Rat or angel
Does one really know?

The idiot walk along a canvas

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"Angel Rat" as written by Denis D'amour Denis Belanger

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    General CommentMy guess; A clown who wished he was an acrobat would go walk by that tent on sundays to see the acrobats do their thing. One night after the circus is closed he climbs up there and is tempted to "fly" but like all the other times before he chickend out and just continued to go by and idly watch on his regular sunday phobia rendevous.
    cynicsfateon March 21, 2010   Link

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