Treasure Island

Peter LeBuhn

(2-21-64 / Silver Spring Maryland)

En Paris Ces't Ma Maison


En Paris Ces't Ma Maison
The Paris Skylight
Shines upon your rose room in the early morning.
Portraits of the sea
portraits of Monet and Renoir...serene
boating scenes

You saunter to your full-length mirror
you comb your soft silky hair.
Joy is in your heart...You have found
Paradise.

Your morning walk begins
You pass the Luxemborg Gardens
Le Belle fleur de jardin
A smile glistens off your face
The Arc De Trimphe...The symbol of Liberties de France

The beauty continues
with the Champs Elysees
and the Concorde

In Paris you have found your heart
your love
your home


Peter LeBuhn

Copyright ©2005 Peter B. Lebuhn

Submitted: Saturday, November 26, 2005
Edited: Thursday, December 16, 2010

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