Treasure Island

Charles Monroe


COLOR


Blue is a good color to wear some times
And then to leave it behind these lines
They will help us to recall
Some do not have phones at all
For 'rude messages' to store;
while some need some, some want more.
After tears and things depressing,
Lets give thanks for every blessing.
P.X

Submitted: Sunday, April 13, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 14, 2014

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  • Bri Edwards (4/19/2014 3:18:00 PM)

    thanks for sharing. i appreciate the rhyming. i like to get messages, even if they are rude; ring my up anytime. bri ;)

    After Tears

    After tears and things depressing,
    give me turkey, peas, and lots of dressing.
    Pile high the cornbread with lots of butter,
    till my belly's full and my heart does flutter. (Report) Reply

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