Treasure Island

A Thomas Hawkins

(October 1969 / Norther Ireland)

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This poet had a dream
of a book with leather binding
going on a journey
along roads both far and winding

Other poets writing in that book
a page or two of verse
the dream became obsession
a small poetic curse

Then one day he saw a journal
the perfect little object
He picked it up and so began
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Submitted: Sunday, June 13, 2010

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