Treasure Island

B.. Alexander


Eccentricity


It's the eccentricities of normal people
that make art exciting
it's the connections gifted minds make
that set the page alight

The sexiness of confidence
paired with some intrinsic wisdom
Oh just look at what they chose to say
And how they said it
sets the canvas alight

Shine your twisted mind
all over me
drape your twisted rhymes
all over me
pour your unique charm
all over me

with originality
with your eccentricity
all over me
all over me

(2014)

Submitted: Friday, May 30, 2014
Edited: Friday, May 30, 2014

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