A Pastiche of Bec on Behance and Fragments of a Song by Laura Branigan with Acknowledgements to Louis Dazy and Anselm Hollo
She’s a muse
clinging to a chain link fence
(She sells sanctuary).

Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh.

Well, it’s that time:
(Sunset in Fitzroy)
Always in the twilight
(In the night, no control).

Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh.

No control in so many ways;
Nothing standing in its way.

(Locked Out):
Locked out in so many ways;
Always locked out.

Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh.

Stop saying Oh Oh.

1 comment

The Limbo Connection said:

Anselm Hollo was a published poet. His work survives him in books. Likewise, Laura Branigan's songs survive her on compact disc. Plenty of them exist and can be played on hi-fi apparatus as long as it keeps functioning. Even Louis Dazy has published a book ('Dreams In Technicolor') and thus some tangible vestige of his contribution to art can be expected eventually to survive him. But what of all the art and literature on websites such as ipernity which has no existence in other media? When the day comes that subscriptions are not paid, and space on the servers is needed for new material, will it be swept away like so much rubbish? Have we all become essentially ephemeral in our endeavours?
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