Treasure Island

Charles Monroe


Seven Syllable Sonnet


Greetings from across the seas
Readings from the loss of peace
City full of Boston teas
Pity-fool-less Constantine(s) .

Beautiful as Constant Dreams
Uniform is tossed in streams
Funerals as dark as beams
Universal law's extremes.

Poems, of a nonsense, scream
Poets that are on this screen
No this ain't a thoughtless stream,
Love is in a box this eve.

(P.X)

(12: 01 a.m. L.A. Time 5.26.13)

Submitted: Sunday, May 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 06, 2013

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