Treasure Island

JoAnne Shadday

(2/6/61 / Circleville, Oh)

Daughter Of Isis (Cleopatra)


'I am daughter of Isis, all that is, and all that shall be, I am daughter, princess, mother, I am all three, exalted, out spoken, short tempered, and wise, I am higher than all, though 'smaller' in size, I am your master and mistress, keeper of light, I am heavenly mother to worlds, I delight, I am truth and justice, 'righter' of wrongs, I play musical instrument's write beautiful songs, I am daughter of Isis, all that is 'real' speaker of 'truth' from the heavenly guild., with my courage, wisdom and pride, I rule all of Egypt, with my 'beloved' Antony at my side..'

Submitted: Sunday, May 19, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013

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  • Paul Brookes (5/21/2013 10:29:00 AM)

    A good poem with nice rhythm and rhyme but the end needs a little work as is shudders to a halt with no conclusion or if it is a conclusion doesn't feel right. Very good effort 9/10 (Report) Reply

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