Edwin Tanguma

(1966 / CA)

Alutia (As mentioned by Pliny the Elder) Not sure of the spelling...


Alutia (As mentioned by Pliny the Elder) Not sure of the spelling...

Long Long ago
And far far away
I wrote a poem
About kimberliTE
And diamonds
In passing
I wrote about
Where they could be found
Being locked away
In Pliny1620r’s mind
And in closing
I wrote about
Being on my way
To search for Alutia
Whatever Alutia may be
So, how long
Has The all mighty
Morning Star Industries (affliate of American Home Products at the time)
Known about my little finds
And how much have they invested
In the search for them
Hehehe

Edwin Tanguma © 4/18/2014

Submitted: Friday, April 18, 2014
Edited: Saturday, April 19, 2014

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