Treasure Island

Nvisible 2Luv


My Escape


Housework, housework go away
For as long as you’re here
I cannot in good conscience play.
Go away dishes, go away dust
It is for poetic prose
That I do lust
I like to write it
And to read it too
It keeps me enlightened
Helps chase away the blue.
Nothing better than dancing words
That move to and fro upon the page
Helps me to forget
I’m kept inside this cage

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Submitted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Edited: Thursday, April 17, 2014

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Please don't forget the blue:
http: //mclean.harvard.edu/PublicAffairs/20001214_child_abuse.htm

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