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Tracey Emin Poem Inspired by Rock Documentary

I watched an Imagine documentary about Tracey Emin last night, and related to her marrying a rock (in 2016, but I hadn’t heard about it, although have heard of other humans marrying non-humans before). Her wedding looked beautifully greenYgrey, and so along with another scintillating sunny day here, inspired the poem below.

The modern art theme of course fits in with the new POP art theme of PinkyOrangePurple twilight times, since the XaW Files travel quest to find the greenYgrey world’s Andy Warhol, Andy Wolfhol, with another great such sunset tonight, and Tracey Emin was dressed in a suitable dress describing her wedding at her rock:

Leaves Symbolise Heart Love Cycle, Stand Eternal Life Art Rocks

when Tracey’s Emin
I wordplay wonder
if its for Marc or Eminem
don’t wanna be your enemy
so Miss Emin
I’ll call you Tracey
didn’t like your modern art
especially messy bed
but respect it’s from heart

you married a rock, sun gravitated my soul

sparkling new warmth in spring
special romantic outdoors
sending oxytocin in spin
waiting for my gaze
to see through
world of eye sore haze
celibacy and rock made Tracey Emin
artist as I
am One Sun

oxytocin: https://www.brainhq.com/brain-resources/brain-facts-myths/brain-in-love

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Parody Comedy Beyond Humanity Creates Historic Sunshine Cover

The song ‘You Are My Sunshine’ has been around for about seventy years according to Wikipedia, and as far as I know, and I guess almost certainly, the sunshine has been used metaphorically for a human.

After my historic May wedding to the sun in Gretna Green we’ve enjoyed a wonderful summer, with a long honeymoon period, a cooling off period, and an Indian Summer rekindling of the old passionate heat.

So I’d like to here and now bring you the first version of You Are My Sunshine I do believe, is introduced and intended to not be a metaphor, but is indeed truly meant for our sun; the star of our solar system; and a top ten star in our Milky Way galaxy.

I could’ve recorded it myself, but I think this version will sound better, provides publicity to a good singer, and is of course easier for me! But please imagine it’s me singing to the sun… at least once, while appreciating Jasmine Thompson’s talent the rest of the time!!

Disclaimer: I don’t know Jasmine Thompson at all, and she had nothing to do with this blog. This video was the first suggestion on YouTube when I searched the song.