Mad Mix by Emmanuelle Rabu


One day, on my Highway to Nowhere, I faced a wall. A bo(a)rder thick and tall. A Scary Monster ordered me to register. He added: “you, Inner Creep, follow the line up North! Drive fearless and mind the signs”.

How such a weird Thing dared to be so bossy! Furious, I answered back:

What are you to tell me what to do?

Where are you to tell me where to go?

Who are you to tell me who I am?

“You’re a Unicorn and I am a Unicode”. Then, he opened a large door in the wall and I flew by.

Emmanuelle Rabu
Emmanuelle Rabu

Emmanuelle RABU / Full time dreamer (poems, short novels, visual arts), I was born in TOURS (France) in 1965 and started to immerse myself into creative work two years ago. Some of my texts and paintings are published in French literary reviews (online and paper) such as Festival Permanent des Mots, Lichen, Méninges, Agneau Éditeur. Much more on Emmanuelle Rabu can be found via the Festival Permanent des Mots by clicking here… and a short summery of her work via Penestin here…

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