Treasure Island

Scott Stanley Davis

(Indianapolis, Indiana)

Sister and Friend

I am writing this poem about a woman, I even introduced her to my friend whom she married and he was transcended as I comprehend it; She loves the lord with all her heart and her husband and her have never been apart; I looked up her name to see what it meant, I was not surprise to see (Torchlight) arise, for she is such a prize for many have seen this with their very eyes. Her name is form of Magdalene the woman who had a Transformation by the Lord, and she never left his side, even though others shied and defied and even lied. She plays the guitar with music she loves with all her heart, and the wisdom of the lord is never far apart, she's so smart: They say Mozart was very prolific and influential, but she has been so terrific, and essential, have I seen this in the Egyptian hieroglyphics? or is it inconsequential; I conclude by saying this, her light can't be hid and will never be covered with a lid, my sister and my friend.

Submitted: Saturday, April 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 04, 2013
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