Treasure Island

Heather Burns


Aries The Ram (Zodiac)


A Ram is like a summer
day
sparks of fire on display

Tends to be number one
care-free loving having fun

Going inward to meditate
loves a spirited debate

You'll feel passion in the
air
understand their magnetic
flair

A day-dreamer they might
be
coming by this naturally

Somewhat shy and warm
you know
agitate the ram you will go

Passion runs from warm to
hot
you'll feel their heat the
heat they've got

They adore the color red
I believe enough is said

They are strong and alert
goes inward preventing
hurt

For them searching is the
key
solving life's mystery

They arise and bless the
day
life's gift is on display

Avid readers they tend to
write
they're been known to even
fight

After all they are a ram

hello thank you ma'am

Submitted: Thursday, July 18, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 19, 2013

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