Treasure Island

Dorothy (Alves) Holmes

(Baltimore, Maryland)

The Moon Goddess...Dorothy and the Wizard


The Wizard shall remain nameless...lol...written a few days before the posting in order to do a 'spell check'...You know how those wizards are!
(did have this line posted at the bottom but it was mistaken as a cuplet for the poem) thus place here...needed or not...

The Moon Goddess...Dorothy and the Wizard
She actually never thought
she was the moon Goddess but
did think the moon guided her path...
The wizard, overcome by her charm,
lost his pizzazz, falling off his cliff of
renown...
Now, wonders how he has lost control
over some bold girl pretending to be
'Miss Personality' and singing some
outrageous song about love and
freedom, forgetting the two don't go
hand in hand...
If only she had listened to her mother!

Dorothy Alves Holmes

Submitted: Monday, December 02, 2013

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