Treasure Island

Genevieve Taggard

(1894-1948 / the United States)

Questions


Never heard happier laughter.
Where did you hear it?
Somwhere in the future.
Very far in the future?
No, not far, but near. American
Laughter. Listen,
From this laughter tumbling in a river
We will make our peace (true peace)
our wealth (true wealth)
And our justice (true justice).

Submitted: Monday, September 06, 2010

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