Treasure Island

Aurelia smith

(august 18th / Erie, Pennsylvainia)

forever tomorrow


beautiful yet ugly
the jellyfish stings until you die
ugly animals turn adorable
beautiful peace,
turns to dreadful hell
clean is made dirty
growing up is faster then ever here
sugar drops float and swim
molecules rush through the water
ugly old gray man monsters come to pray
life is just a hope
because the ribbons are here
ugly strings filled with beautiful nets
and the puffy disgusting mushroom looking things lurk too near us
beautiful and gorgeous when combined,
but ugly, deadly and disgusting when alone

Submitted: Tuesday, November 20, 2012
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its about life in the sea, just watched a movie and got inspired

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