Lines composed on the second day of spring, meteoroligically speaking

March 2, 2014 § 1 Comment

Faux amis

Jean-Paul Sartre
looked askance
at the Beaver’s
tarte au citron.

Alain Robbe-Grillet
was a fiend for pain grillé.

Michel Platini
makes a mean panini.

Don’t let Sepp Blatter
near a cheese platter.

Auguste Blanqui
ate donkey
during the Prussian siege of Paris.
Allegedly.

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§ One Response to Lines composed on the second day of spring, meteoroligically speaking

  • john rogers says:

    Larry asks , ‘Who is this Jean-Paul Griller anyway ? I’m not keen on anyone who has anything to do with Griller in their name ‘ I explained that the name is Jean -Paul Sartre , a philosopher., and that maybe he was confused by the French names. He’d just heard that Victor Gollum had turned down the first option on publishing ‘Animal Farm’ by H.G.Wells, Larry’s favourite book;( I needed to be careful here obviously) . Anyway Larry said he must have been a wanker as well as a Hashish speshalist, I think he meant Halal specialist ! He’s a bit pissed off at the moment because I accused him of woolly thinking earlier. All for now x Dad/John > WordPress.com > wolforff posted: “Faux amis Jean-Paul Sartre looked askance at the > Beaver’s tarte au citron. Alain Robbe-Grillet was a fiend for pain > grillé. Michel Platini makes a mean panini. Don’t let Sepp Blatter > near a cheese platter. Auguste Blanqui ate donkey ” >

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