|Lyme, Ch'ung Kuo|
|drunk poet man|
|A man wearing dirty rags constantly rambles out some rhythmic utterances.|
|Just like most of the men before him who have tried to make a living out|
of the spoken word, he has turned to the bottle for inspiration. The
poet is either extremely inebriated or he is stumbling over the falling
words from his lips. His speech is a senseless stream of murmurs and
stutters that are only silenced by another raise of the bottle.
A drunken street poet is in an excellent condition.
|by Falsra , 17.12.2001 17:11 MSK|