Ann Cassie


A Jupiter Dream


Wandering skies
Drifting Butterflies
Twinkles in the moonlight
Dark Shadows of midnight

Drops of water
Feel so gentle
Falling so wonderful
A night on Jupiter

Ocean, crystal blue
Sand grains in your shoe
Sun beams, Gleam
Painting a beautiful scene

Drops of water
Feel so gentle
Falling so wonderful
A night on Jupiter

Submitted: Saturday, January 05, 2013

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