Treasure Island

Charles Monroe


Finally something somewhat relative
To my competitive arrogant narrative.
Of Judges and Nurses
We've grudged Universes
In uniform basis,
Were filling the spaces.
Of Jokers and Aces
Remember the faces
For faceless creations are
Agents in Matrix'-
Remind, we, the basics
To live without bracelets
But only amazements
We've found in the basements
Of mongoose and Dayton's
We've traveled the pavements.
And to remain gracious,
In midst of New Havens,
And Grudges and Nathans,
We've titled us,

Submitted: Sunday, April 13, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 14, 2014

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