Le souffle coupé, les pieds apaisés, j’essaye avant tout de ne pas faiblir, de ne penser qu'à cette obsession. Il faut que j’emporte son image à jamais, afin ne pas oublier pourquoi je suis ici. Que ce pas en avant serait futile, si je m’en allais vivre une plénitude heureuse, inconscient de cette fleur malheureuse, prête à me cueillir au premier faux pas. Il faut que je tienne et que j’attende, que je ne regrette rien. Comme une dernière image, celle que je veux peut être garder de nous, je serai là, pour toujours, suspendu à tes lèvres…


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    General CommentThe cut breath, the alleviated feet, I try above all not to weaken, to think only of this obsession. One needs that I carry his image forever, so not forgetting why I am here. That this step ahead would be futile, if I were going myself from there to live a happy plenitude, unconscious of this flower unhappy, ready to gather me with the first false step. It is necessary that I hold and that I wait, until I do not regret anything. Like a last image, that that I want can be to keep of us, I, for, will be always suspended there with your lips…

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    snoopyhasadeathwishon June 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentNot quite well translated... It's more something like this.

    Breathless, feet appeased, I try above all not to weaken, of thinking only of this obsession. I need to bring it's image forever, as to not forget why I am here. That this step forward would be futile, if I would go live a plentyfull happiness, inconscious of this unhappy flower, ready to pick me up at the first wrong step. I must hold on and wait, so I regret nothing. Like a last image, the one that maybe I want to remember of us, I will be there, forever, suspended to your lips...
    sedated_emotionson February 06, 2007   Link

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