Treasure Island

Michael Bogle

(08/15/1963 / Russellville, Kentucky)

I WONDER


I wondered, and pondered, what must it all mean,
I did not know if it was too late, or if i had been seen,
Like the time, when i was small, i took the nickel from the jar,
I thought for sure i had been seen, but no i was away, i was far.

Too many times, i think and think and think, about the nickel,
Why am i going nuts over a shiny, object, it not special,
Not even a cup of coffee, can you buy
No not even a doughnut, not even a peice of pie.

Oh, i wonder, and i ponder, what must it all mean,

Submitted: Monday, June 30, 2008
Edited: Monday, June 30, 2008
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