"Wrinkled Ghost" as written by and Robert E. Jr. Pollard....
There is wind in the trees
It ripples like a song and I ask you please
Are your lasers applied?
Is your contribution generous enough to go inside?

With good in everyone
For this we have been striving
This trip is a task to long
I insist you do the driving

Will you go where youre steered?
Do you call your boyfriend Little John?
Do you call his father weird?
Do you love him the most?
Does he iron out the nasty creases
From your wrinkled ghost?

Some guys have very sharp eyes
And some are simply hiding
And some might testify
To the best of worlds colliding
Ill set sail today
Without the gods to bless me
Youd like I should go away
But I shall refuse endlessly


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"Wrinkled Ghost" as written by Robert E. Jr. Pollard

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    My InterpretationThere is wind in the trees
    It whispers like a song
    And I ask you please
    Are your lasers applied?
    Is your contribution generous
    Enough to go inside

    With the good in everyone?
    For this we have been striving
    This trip is a task too long
    I insist you take the driving

    Will you go where you’re steered?
    Do you call your boyfriend Little John?
    Do you call his father weird?
    Do you love him the most?
    Does he iron out all the nasty creases
    From your wrinkled ghost?

    Some guys have very sharp eyes
    And some are simply hiding
    And some might testify
    To the best of worlds colliding

    I'll not set sail today
    Without the gods to bless me
    You'd like I should go away
    But I shall refuse endlessly
    voltaboltaon April 27, 2012   Link

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