Treasure Island

Michael Gale

(? / Chicago Illinois/Oklahoma City.)

In Heaven, There Really Are Beaches.


In Heaven there are beaches for all to tan....
While in Hell there is only many a burnt out Man.

In Heaven there are Banana Splits that do not cause all to grow even more fatter....
While in Hell You have to diet, because to Your Trainer, Does it really, really do matter.

In Heaven there are beaches...
While down in Hell, remains all the uppity, uppity of B_tches!

Submitted: Thursday, August 02, 2012

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  • Frank James Ryan Jr...fjr (8/2/2012 1:04:00 AM)

    Out from the dark
    And into the light
    His pen parks
    At the PH site...

    Nice Work, Good Scribe & what a TENder ending! ...Thought i'd try this place out after my 3 year hiatus...Somethings are better...m, ost are not...Such is life...Good 2c-u Sir Michael Jeffrey of Multi-Site-ings! FjR (Report) Reply

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