Treasure Island

Lee Mack

(Shelbyville Kentucky)

As Profiteth PoemHunter Dot Com Improvisation 02 03 214


Improvisation 01 06 2013
Improvisation 01 12 2014




AS PROFITETH
POEMHUNTER ON THE DOT COM:


As of this era this day Poemhunter
Dot com can no longer legitimately say
Its intent has found seed to obey
Its assumption of origin would proclaim
For its intended stay permits history
To make visions into presentation wit
Now Poemhunter its time to take the
Stage with horn dance and pirouette
Non-profit is not the wager you bet
Instead no debt or depth of pocket
Nor reach or dip into the well and till
Breath satisfies blood spirit and soul
Word profits worth its weight in gold
You (should) have put it all on the line
Created e-books of Poemhunter rhyme
Reason, writers and readers grow
Within without paternal stop and go
Punition could - should not have been
Vision from ladders intent on when
For profits are not earnings of any kind
Render unto love on your ladder climb
To ‘gimmie some’ soul spirit and time
Poem writes gifts of strength commence
Praise words keep him in perfect peace
His heart speaks a poetry of obedience to
Scale to Charlie “Yardbird” Parker time.





Lee Mack copyright 2009. ISBN # 0615318347. No permission granted.
Lee Mack copyright ‘OVERTURE’ ISBN#0615318347

Submitted: Monday, February 03, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 04, 2014
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Spin in the studio of poetry, soul in the wisdom of faith that makes science and art; choices create faith creates spirit and such is life's reach for indulgence and the spirit's reach for divine relationship.

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