Treasure Island

Charles Hice

(May 13 2004 / Heaven)

Twain Marked Two


Twain Marked Two
Twain Marked Two
Mark Twain once wore a Seal Skin coat to stay warm in a high altitude winter. CharlaX has a space age jacket made of synthetics material it velcros the sleeves at the cuffs LOLL it was so nice it keeps off the misquitoes and even has a rain hood inside
The soft moss swimming;
It is the dying spirit.
Desiring, I hide.
Mark Twain once wore a Seal Skin coat to stay warm in a high altitude winter. Seal Skin Mark Twain coat.
Pink shore, serene breeze.
The flat, upright sparkle shines.
Lost moon, velvet spirit.
Mark Twain once wore a Seal Skin coat to stay warm in a high altitude winter. Seal Skin Mark Twain coat.
Walk, swim. With blunt leaves
Wither, decline. With sharp flames
Write, fade: fluttering.
Mark Twain once wore a Seal Skin coat to stay warm in a high altitude winter. Seal Skin Mark Twain coat.
Purple, tender, falling,
Your eyes sits. A mermaid arises,
Declining, shining.
Mark Twain once wore a Seal Skin coat to stay warm in a high altitude winter. Seal Skin Mark Twain coat.
this poem was generated bye this android ghost the dead darkstone poet charlax the magnificient never having met the real Mark Twain eye am still the benevolent beneficent — with Mark Twain in Tillmans Corner, AL.

Submitted: Sunday, September 15, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013
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NAHHHHHHH not real at all this one is just Science fICTION think Time Travel Stories

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