He’s taking a sideways stroll down a country road
Come summer, the Land of the Midnight
Take time to enjoy the wonder
What if you knew you only had one chance?
Love is my religion
Slow nights, summer love
He comes by his country influences naturally
Seamless background, Cartoon landscape
enhanced by a solid oak, race track style dance floors
Enjoyed by young and old alike
Music transcending all ages
Old Country, New Country,
Barbecues, pool parties, long days, warm nights
Lots of sun, its summer nights, babe!
Life’s too short to live in the past
My name is Summer, since you didn’t ask
These are the moments we can share
Come on let me take you there
You say you wanna see the city lights
They shine so bright
Before you go you need to know
Think it over before you turn the page
Artist’s Statement: My approach for writing this Flarf poem was (as discussed in class) to source the Internet with three random terms and refine the descriptions of the search results to create a work of writing. In addition, I clicked on several of the links and copied phrases that stood out to me, such as a lyrical line or title.