Treasure Island

MoonBee Canady


' A Rainbow - Mist


Leave Behind Drab-Disapproving Crowds
Run In Rainbow-Mist, A Bright-Prism-Cloud
Where Iridescence Gleams Unbound
Sparkles, Head To Toe … Sky To Ground
Pssst (Listen) … One Place, Where One Is Found:

… In Sunshine and Sprinklers Going ‘Round! …

Submitted: Friday, November 27, 2009

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