Monday, January 11, 2010

The Faustian Barter.

Your ages traded
with demons and gods,
the debts remain
do bear in mind.

Even if you tread
the earth like you own it,
it's only leaden feet
you drag behind.

7 comments:

Misanthropist said...

I love the second half!
and I love the misanthropy here!

Aditya said...

Sublime and brilliant.

Kirra Serra said...

It sounds like something the weird sisters might mutter now and again. And so, I really like it.
Also, Cranberries and condensed milk... no... they are more... corn puffs. You know, how Pearl Jam is Indian Style Lays?
(I am on blogger! I am on blogger! Yipee! After being done screwing my preb.s as bad as I did, no less.)

Srishti said...

Amazing. :)

Sherry Wasandi said...

@Misanthropist : Thank you. It's embedded quite deep in.

@Aditya : Merci, monsieur.

@cutie : The online translation of that didn't make much sense. A translation would be great.

Sherry Wasandi said...

@Kirra Serra : Ahh yes. I can almost imagine the three witches in Macbeth. :)

You have a point. But my associations can be a little strange. Alanis is gin and tonic, while Aerosmith is black coffee.

@Srishti : :)

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