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We're fast asleep, we're having a mare.
A raven sits atop a pole, goes the raven "ra-ra-ra".
Three German words grow out of there:
Rangeln – to wrestle, jockey, wrangle.
Raufen – to scuffle, brawl, or row.
Rammeln – to screw, bang, hump, bonk, shag.
A private display:
There's people in a room,
Positions are shifted.
Goblins, elves, pucks, trolls, and pixies.
There are imps, and they are Gangsta.
They are G-Imps.
There's the kobold and his master.
There's the beer we used to drink.
Teenage rebels and pink fairies.
If I had three wishes, I'd wish for three more.
If I could write poetry I would.
We're sleeping faster.
The dream is just beginning;
we're winning, we're spinning,
we're singing "wang-a dang-a doodle wang dang".