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Monday, May 10, 2010

puscifer - the indigo children

I have the JLE dub remix

I just love karl hyde's (?) words and performance so much I wanted to cast it into a poem for everyone here (on my own poetic recognizance). sometimes simple but interesting words can do so much...

picture me with my huge headphones, swaying and zagging and feeling like everything in the world is moving together......

or in a number of different settings I have enjoyed it... under the stars with people I love for example...

Chris


EMP from the mother and son
toward the digital down
dawned on the age of the innocent ones
the indigo children

analog timepiece, skywide
sync to the ticker inside
move to the rhythm of the moon and tide
the indigo children come

serious venus and the lunar child
giggle and the flames grow higher
dance in a circle round a central fire
the indigo children

wine, song, food and fire
closed shelter and seed
no more need for the old empire
the indigo children

EMP from the mother and son
toward the digital down
dawned on the age of the innocent ones
the indigo children

serious venus and the lunar child
giggle and the flames grow higher
dance in a circle round a central fire
the indigo children come

wine, song, food and fire
closed shelter and seed
no more need for the old empire
the indigo children come

analog timepiece, skywide
sync to the ticker inside
move to the rhythm of the moon and tide
the indigo children

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