Treasure Island

Alex Lewis

(08/25/94 / London, England)

Strange Words Travel by Tongue


Strange Words Travel by Tongue
by Alex Lewis

Strange words travel by tongue
A lesson learnt at young.
If this is how strange words fly,
Then how do normal ones travel by?
By plane? By boat?
By horse? By goat?
By ear? By eye?
By ground? By sky?
Unless, all words are strange.
Thus, shortening the range
Of good and bad.
Of sane and mad.
Of old and young.
All words travel by tongue.

Submitted: Sunday, June 21, 2009

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