Treasure Island

Jim Boone

(March 24,1937 / McKinney, Texas)

'Sunday Morning'


The television show
Hosted by Charles Kuralt
And now Charles Osgood
Is a weekly meditation
On all things right, good
And quirky with humanity.

These producers, directors, reporters
And hosts spotlight and interview
What we should see and hear
Outside the news reports
And what ‘they say’
Intrusions into life on planet

Earth (on my copy there's a circle around this)

From Art in a museum
To Art on a stage

Poets of the spoken word
And poets of music and song

What’s cookin, shakin, concerning
And making people smile along the road
From the Midwest to Texas, New York,
Chicago, Florida, DC and California.

Then they close with a beautiful moment
In nature designed to teach us to
Care about all of that too.

Now, you can pretty well guess
Where I’ll be next Sunday Morning. 2011

Submitted: Sunday, December 11, 2011
Edited: Monday, December 12, 2011

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