Treasure Island

vince gullaci


Crystal Ball

See the sign
Of my own hell
A warning
To tread carefully
The world
An unforgiving place
Cast adrift
From moorings.

Submitted: Thursday, March 16, 2006
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  • Not a member No 4 (1/2/2007 2:33:00 PM)

    Profound threat hinted at here. There's darkness not too far away from most of us regardless of where we are. And usually to see it we only have to look inside! You've got a real 'eye' for the not so obvious. More brilliance. This is very distinctive and very high quality stuff Vince! I'll be back for more when I get my head out of my butt. I was asking Alison Cassidy I think it was about other talented Australians. Glad I've found another (IDC as well, and is Sue A S one too?) If you're not one I've got my shops confused! ! Soon, jim (Report) Reply

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