Treasure Island

Corey Threet

(Buffalo, New york)

Poems of Corey Threet

1. 4ever My Friend (c) 3-29-2007 3/29/2007
2. A beautiful morning? (c) 4-23-2010 4/23/2010
3. A Match Made in Heaven (A.S.E.) (c) 7-9-2012 7/9/2012
4. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 1.0 (c) 12-09-08 12/9/2008
5. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 1.1 (c) 1/26/09 1/26/2009
6. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 1.2 (c) 3-19-09 3/19/2009
7. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 1.3 (c) 4-27-09 4/27/2009
8. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 1.4 (c) 4-27-09 4/27/2009
9. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 1.5 (c) 4-29-09 4/29/2009
10. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 1.6 (c) 8-8-09 8/8/2009
11. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 1.7 (c) 8-22-09 8/22/2009
12. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 1.8 (c) 9-5-09 9/5/2009
13. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 1.9 (c) 9-18-09 9/18/2009
14. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 2.0 (c) 9-29-09 9/29/2009
15. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 2.1 (c) 9-29-09 9/29/2009
16. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 2.2 (c) 9-30-09 9/30/2009
17. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 2.3 (c) 10-19-09 10/19/2009
18. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 2.4 (c) 10-23-09 10/23/2009
19. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 2.5 (c) 11-09-09 11/9/2009
20. A random poem about my day in the life of my mind 2.6 (c) 12-11-09 12/11/2009

Rainbow (c) 5-15-07

Red, orange, yellow, indigo, blue, violet, and green
seven colors that everyone except the blind has seen
Beautiful colors perfectly put together as a team
It's a blessing seeing the beautiful rainbow gleam
God created it to symbolize his covenant with Earth
To anyone who sees It brings happiness and mirth
Some people believe at the end is a pot of gold
Others believe Iris rode across it in the days of old
Some people believe the rainbow was originally an archer's bow

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