Treasure Island

Connie Marcum Wong


Dominion (Constanza)


Point of reference never came.
I waited eons just to see
The clever end of destiny.

To me it always looks the same...
Though gender changes time to time,
Salacious souls we re-define.

The numbers tell what's in the name.
Let intuition's second sight
Guide the lost toward heaven's light.

Are we the fools and life's a game?
We seem to dwell on other's flaws
A tune well played by karmic laws.

We endure life's eternal flame.
To live and learn can be sublime;
Our birth and death are both divine.

Point of reference never came.
To me it always looks the same...
The numbers tell what's in the name.
Are we the fools and life's a game?
We endure life's eternal flame.

Submitted: Sunday, January 27, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, August 03, 2011
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