(after 15 attempts to record this and pronounce every word correctly, i gave up…excuse the childish laughter at my inability to pronounce ‘apprivoisé’ correctly)



Règles d’engagement


Baise-moi comme vous le sentez

Écoutez comme vous souciez

Demandez et je vais le récupérer

Offrez quand il est là

Prenez-moi au fond de vous

Donner en retour cette touche

Aimez-moi comme il est l’instinct

Alors vas y

Quandsi vous devez

Tenez -moi près mais avec tout liberté

Montrez-moi que vous pouvez

Désir me delà de la raison

Respecter la femme que je suis

Ne vous attendez pas un guérisseur

Accepter je ne serai pas apprivoisé

Honore -moi avec ta vénération

Et je promets de faire de même…

4 thoughts on “

    • Thank you Amitav! That means a lot to hear/read that, i respect your writing very much – you draw some beautiful pictures with your choice of and arrangement of words.

      Am trying to improve my French through this experiment with translating/writing poetry in French. X

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      • You are welcome. 🙂

        Words of appreciation coming from you, who writes wonderfully, it means a lot.

        I believe as a writer, it is always in our interest to be never satisfied, as this urge to find new inspiration and pen down more words with our deepest feelings is what makes a writer a seeker too.

        You never know, listening to your French poetry recitation and reading them, I may pick up little bit of French too. 🙂

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  1. A seeker, i like that… There is definitely an element of trying to unravel and unpick – dissect and understand ourselves and the world around us (writers) through the act of writing… Best form of therapy – and it’s free! 🙂

    Now i go to work, not writing, earn money type work…balance balance balance. X


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