Treasure Island

Scott Stanley Davis

(Indianapolis, Indiana)


There is a social worker, who has a name that I do proclaim and I'm not ashamed and in my mind she is so acclaimed. Her name is Lacy, she is not racy nor Stacy and will never be Tracy. She is not a little bird so don't you be absurd because I overheard she can be Chauffeured, even if she is only third. (ahh) I looked up the meaning of the name. that I so proclaimed and found out it means lace covered. You take a simple garment and you add to it. but until you fill it, and chill it and thrill it and even Brazil it. You will ever to fulfill it. Lace means to add something to impart pungency, savor, or zest to (a sauce laced with garlic) (conversation laced with sarcasm) as defined by Webster Himself. Now lacy is a blonde but don't let that fool, you for she is smart and can paint art, can throw a dart and can even chart, letters (lol sorry lacy) So I hope to conclude the poem by adding just a little lace to it, lacy you are far apart from so many others as you seeks to improve the quality of life of your brothers, and this will be discovered.. Lacy

Submitted: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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Just a cute little blonde Social worker I had the pleasure of working with

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