Indiana Johanes(bourg)

March 28, 2011 § Leave a comment

“I crossed the mountains,
I sailed the seas,
I battled the big men
and I dealt with death.

I throwed the dices
and turn where the wind blew…
So here’s were it brough me.

I learnt your language,
I embraced your costumes.
finally I was on my track.

And now I got a job
You tell me it’s all my fault.
You tell me I stole it from you
that I it’s not here where I belong.

-Yes- I’m an immigrant
the same yesterday you saw
as an adventurer.
The one today is the plague in your eyes.

And in the meantime
your bank is emptying
our accounts while we argue
about whose fault was it.”

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