Treasure Island

Peter S. Quinn


From Me to You


From me to you
Is this invisible thread
Like leaves going through
Where nothing needs to be said

Two brothers of soul
From corners apart
In this age of rock n roll
And aspects of the heart

From me to you
Of the north and west
All colors there too
In shades between addressed

Born Arctic - born African
Connected thru internet
Like this age republican
Of computer and diskette

From me to you
With the spaces between
Where always something new
In colors are seen

This time on and play
Where the within is awaken
Yesterday and today
Together in thoughts taken

Submitted: Wednesday, February 10, 2010
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