Treasure Island

Nick Hilton

(London)

Centre


Where do the points,
East south north and west,
Meet?

Where is the middle,
Of the lonely,
Abyss?

Where is the line,
That borders good,
From bad?

Where is the engine,
That drives,
Determination?

Where is the spirit,
That writes emotional,
Ballads?

Where is the will,
That forces us into,
Danger?

Where is the heart,
That drives compassion,
And hatred?

Submitted: Saturday, February 05, 2005
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