Treasure Island

Candy Kelly

(California)

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I’m blue skies and crashing surf
Sister moon and mother earth.
Childrens laughter scattered by summers breeze
Kin to animals, flowers and trees.
I am the woman you want to taste and touch
I’m your subconscience thoughts
I am as pure as springtime rain
I am your favorite song and game
I’m made from the finest jewels from heaven
Mystically woven, often forbidden.
I’m all your prayers, your dreams come true.
I am the very best for you.

Submitted: Thursday, September 23, 2004
Edited: Saturday, September 25, 2004
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