Treasure Island

larry Philosopher


Mammy Water


AND

Wondering about like some breathless shadow
Lost in the arms of this powerfull seashore
Emanating voices like a volcano
YES! The water mermaid’s voice is louder than a storm
Singing in my heart everyday
THERE SHE IS! ! ! !
Beautiful woman across the seas
Her head majestic like a mountain
Caress me with your beauty
Because human company is a misery
My thoughts in the oceans of the water mermaid
You are my company at night
Breathe on me darling
I run from the jungle of forests and men
Into your waiting arms
Astride by the sea
Glorious spirit in sensual beauty
MAMMY WATER

Submitted: Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, December 14, 2011

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