Treasure Island

jonathan Juarez

(Orange CA.)

etch a scetch (better a....)


Write a window panes dust along its frame
Go to great lenght of unorthodox thought fools
Make a play on words interpreting feelings
Go somewhere with this little line besides bingo night.

And when you do this or something like it
Make sure its at least what you meant,
Don't be one of those scrabbles;
Be an object any object besides Jenga.

And don't listen to this if your new or Pro
But this will be here as you fail or tale
Stop getting lost in the restroom stall
Better a failure than a rain-check

Miracle showed up on the doorstep over the weekend
Flyer's to grand openings of centers.
Foreign plastics of water frozen in an icedbox
From Iceland, iterated the frosty branded paper.

Its not like lyrics these must curtsy
The adaptation of modern advertisement
In the throws of word of mouth
In a slick link of melting licorice and candle wax

Keep a dictionary by the word processor
During talk show weather forecasting
Say goodbye to the long drawn out blue print
Just to write something while worth in pure of moment

Submitted: Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, May 16, 2012

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