Treasure Island

Aiyanna Ortiz

(Mumbia Inida)

Breeze


As the breeze blows my hair into
my face i giggle no worries
about tangled hair nature is
the greatest i stand here with my
arms open wide with my eyes shut
wondering were the wind would take me
if i was light as a feather were would i end up
at in this strange world we live in
live it to short to worry about tangles hair
enjoy the breeze while you can.

Submitted: Saturday, June 27, 2009
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