audacious antics

Written by: Petrus Jansen

adjourn the circus for you have a child,
who is confounded between antics and love.
her umbrella have been beaten by the cold,
she wants to be hold and touched, forever-fold.

adjourn the circus for you have a child,
your audacious face-paint won’t last another smile.
ludicrous like the monkey who belongs in the wild,
take you last applause to find; they all did it to unwind.

adjourn the circus for you have a child, 
your heart seem to tick out of chance
as you glister the ludicrous dance,
she begs you, to alter your stance.

a drop of pearl escapes,
and travels over the ghoulish landscape 
of fractured love and tainted frappe,
to find a telescope in search for hope.
but once again she is only to find;
your soul still colorblind. 

audacious antic, 
adjourn the circus for you have a child.