Elizabeth Hathaway

Rookie (dec 29/60 / Perth NB)

A Ships Voyage - Poem by Elizabeth Hathaway

In my journey although its been short

I have been graced by the knowlege

That all is what it seems when you look.

Read between the lines and you will find.

Every thing and even more than you wouldn't want.

From the perfect one so missunderstood

To the down right just more than crazy one.

Offers made of trust, honesty and lasting love.

Spirititual journeys around the bloc of your house..

Seeds spilt and prophets raised by priest of Arcana.

The ability to bend in two and give them selves a snack.

Offers made to share in a fettish, nylons, whips and jello.

But by far the best, to watch a drunken head bob.

How i wonder why i pass these great offers by.

I'm told how good a catch they would certainly be.

And that it would definatly be me the lucky one.

So let me cast my net and pull them in and take a closer look.

Talk to me and try to explain how they feel and thier thoughts.

But please don't feel bad if i don't believe a word they say.

If pleasure is gained by me from thier outrages rants

Thank you God for giving me a sense of humour.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 17, 2004


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