Treasure Island

Chester Maynes


Red


I peel your oranges
I peel overnight
My fingers sore
I’ve deepest wounds
I peel them again
Pain has painted red



(Written on June 26 2010 Danang City Vietnam)

Submitted: Tuesday, October 18, 2011

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