64

Sixty four, my sweet outdoor
Perfection without a direction
Infinity from multiplying divinity
Nameless, but shameless
Strong enough and never wrong
Smooth like a pray for ruth

Connection by natural selection
Love brought by a white dove
A cure for wellness and no lure
Universe answer, unfair curse
Deep circle in a powerful purple
Inspire from the sky, I need a fire
Artsy world for a mental disorder

Desire for a dream with blank theme
Have a chance or do a dance
Soul awakening and moon coloring
Rainbow above all makes them glow
Insecurity in the obscurity
Heartbreaking moments with the poets

Be aware of who you are
On the edge we meet ourselves
Nobody deserves ignorance
Cities are burning from infirmity
In warm hands we should trust
Unity keeps us healthier and stronger

Sirens and violins before funeral
Ivy tattoo and a rocker in the tree
Xanax pills to awake in the dream
Teen spirit and the hippie style
Yawn before a long damaged trip

Films and popcorn in cinema
Only kids allowed to watch it
Useless brains without creativity
Rusty people inside the box

Anne discovered the biggest secret

Lots of rules and no mercy
Imitating equality and respect
That’s how we lie to each other
Thanks to ignorance and fright
Limits keep us in an open box
Encourging us to never look up

Grey sky and dark eyes
Images of truth fly away
Ring finger with a diamond
Lonely time spent in the couple
Suicidal dreams before sweet sleep

Pumpkin taste on my thoughts
Orange vibe in my emotions
Effy is still quite and depressed
Timeless moments of suffering
River’s music into the woods
You are the water of my life

Season of horror stories, friday the 13th
Money and a coin in my deck
Whistle in the night for my demons
Special death and Bill is smiling
Groupie love under the moonlight

Born to be the other woman
Sensuality and deeper connection
Men’s attention on the blonde girl
Bloody attitude and whisper after heaven
Cherry infinity on my lipstick
Moans in the hotel rooms, on the beach
Goddess in the pool forever

I’m 64, I’m the one.

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A photo of Tina Aumont.

Reclame

Mother Earth

Blue dragon-fly above the river
Stones filter the downstream water
Trees have an eye hidden in the trunck
Birds are singing and knock the branches
Multicolor butterflies arround the forest
Woods on the ground, molded by humans
Grass and flowers and moss everywhere
Peaceful sounds of a falling water
A fresh natural smell in the clean air

We need to love our Mother
I love our Mother
The purest goddess of all times

Calming vibes from flying insects
Warm spots on my skin from fairies
Light energy from the sunshine of sky
We drink the vibrations of trees
We dance from our inner wild soul
We celebrate our animal friends
We taste the piece of life that we have
Abounding in gratefulness for our Mother

We admire and desire the power
The protector of us is our Mother
We love our Mother
The purest goddess of all times

Seeing the happiness with my heart
Hearing the green atmosphere
Into the woods I found my spirit
We are ready to go on an adventure
Running. Bare feet. Extremely high.

The wolf

I’m ready for a special journey in wildlife
Taking some leaves from a tree
Have to put them under my shoes
So i can hide the traces of my steps

Took some apples, but not for me
Waiting the evening, calming down
Then going to river, preparing the food
The wolf is coming, he’s thirsty and hungry

Doesn’t want to attack me, I’m lucky
I’m giving him the apples, he likes them
We’re starting to be friends, but careful
Jungle isn’t changing for a poor human