Treasure Island

Bonnie Ruth Shaulis

(Plano, Texas, USA)

Wonders


If you want to reach a natural high, just look around you and see the beauty of the sky, and all the thing the Lord has made to brighten up your days, like listening to the birds as they sing their melodies high up in the trees, this is lovely entertainment that is free, beautiful mountains and flowers galore but there is so much more, like watching the ocean soar, listening to the rippling of the waves as they splash ashore, oh how could you ask for anything more when the Lord has given you so many wonders to explore.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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