The Definitive Connection

THE DEFINITIVE CONNECTION

Mistaken identity, long lost soul
Locked in this Dutch coffee shop
Hid deep in Amsterdam 1980

Red rice disguises another
Unauthorised breakfast item
Bequeathing the crown of horns
To the newborn king of the jewels

Then it’s thank you, cut and run
From their war on consciousness

About Ben Naga

The Spirit that graces me with its passing has no name and stems not from thoughts and words, though it gathers them up as it flows, but from feelings.

Posted on January 6, 2019, in Poetry and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Not sure what to make of this one Ben, 😀 Hope your weekend went well, Have great week

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  2. Ben, I’d enjoy hearing the background for this one. Very interesting lines to this!

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    • 1. I happened to be going through my music collection and my eye was caught by the following section of the list:

      Captain Beefheart- Amsterdam ’80
      Caravan – The Unauthorised Breakfast Item
      Danny Carnahan & Robin Petrie – Cut And Run
      Kim Carnes – Mistaken Identity
      Eliza Carthy – Red Rice
      Martin Carthy – Crown Of Horn
      Martin Carthy – The Definitive Collection
      Eugene Chadbourne & Jimmy Carl Black – Locked In A Dutch Coffeeshop
      Niraj Chag – The Lost Souls

      2. See https://www.amsterdam.info/drugs/

      3. “Crown of Horns is about trapped in a dungeon while the fate of the Valley is decided by two raging armies, Thorn is haunted by the dangerous and mysterious object of power known as the Crown of Horns. Guarded by dragons, the Crown of Horns is the only thing that can stop the Locust and end the war. But there is a problem. They don’t know how they can defeat Locust but Fone Bone believes he knows the answer.” – Laura Hernandez, in commenting on/reviewing the book “Crown Of Horns” by Jeff Smith, Steve Hamaker (Illustrator) (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6944825-crown-of-horns)

      This should cast light. 🙂

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