Bloody Mary's Bora Bora - Poem by Suzae Chevalier
Driving up Bora Bora's hills
Cab driver told me he got the thrill
The thrill of having Chuck Norris in his cab
he lived on the island which was never drab.
I went to the restaurant Bloody Marys
where there is a sign
a sign to show you who entered that was
famous some point in time.
They told me at the bar
that Pamela Anderson was one such star-
there was a long list carved in wood
it would be great to be apart.
Then of course we took photos
by statues surrounded by plants
restaurant had a sand floor
but there was no ants.
It is at the southern tip of Pofai Bay,
it was a fun time I have to say.
Written by Suzae Chevalier on April 17,2012
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