Treasure Island

Oscar Robles

(Arizona)

A Smidgen


A smidgen of Love was dancing by
And said, Hello do I know you?
Another smidgen replied, My name is Pain
How do you do?
I’m doing fine, the smidgen said
As long as you keep your distance
The smidgen said, I remember you
I crossed your path one instance
The smidgen of love danced on by
And again said, Hello do I know you?
Another smidgen replied, My name is Hate
How do you do?
I’m doing fine the smidgen said
As long as you stay away
The smidgen said, I remember you
I gave you thoughts you can’t abate
The smidgen of love danced on by
And again said, Hello do I know you?
Another smidgen replied, My name is Forgiveness
How do you do?
I’m doing fine the smidgen said
You are Beautiful, would you like a dance
The smidgen said, What a pleasure to meet
I never knew I’d get the chance
And the smidgens danced away

Submitted: Tuesday, July 02, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 24, 2013

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