Treasure Island

Geof Lusins


Vandal Dance


If..............................................< br> the
world is out there
we can't see it tonight.
Grab a green bag, some
beers for the ride we stroll
down the by the creek and
watch water dragons. Hold
my hand as we skip across
the train yard, we are not
invisible but the night says
"I'm not watching you "We
are not running but the
clock says "I'm don't mind"
Metal dragons sleeping in
their lair, entry is forbidden
to fools. The night, still like
a closed bedroom, colour
floating through our lungs
as we dance the vandals'
dance we disappear into
the night back past the
water dragons and through
the side gate we fought
the metal dragon and came
off unscathed another night

Submitted: Saturday, March 10, 2012
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