Treasure Island

Donnie Wolff


2 again


2 again

2 pretend.

2 day

2 pray.

2 morrow

2 borrow.

2 night

2 fight.

4 me

4 you

4 us.

4 going

4 staying

4 praying

4 telling,

that 4 plus 2 much

equals 6.

And six, despite a word

is no more than a number.

And four minus two,

only equals

2 again.

Submitted: Friday, December 30, 2011
Edited: Sunday, January 01, 2012

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