bob barci

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Byanthium - Poem by bob barci

Let your mind wander.
Right into Byanthium.
You know the place.
The place where dreams rule.
Where love is king.
The elephants eat caviar.
The ants are chauffeur driven.
Birds eat from your hand.
Orangutans sing opera and rock.
Giraffes are love-sick.
Beavers are slap-happy.
Lions are comedians.
You can get lost in Byanthium.
Lost in this crazy world of fantasy.
Whatever you can think of can be found here.
Shoe shinning vultures.
Rhinos on diets.
Zebras into plaid.
Chimps are philosophers.
Dinosaurs are vegetarians.
There's no telling what you'll find.
So, when your mind wanders,
wander into Byanthium.
You'll have the time of your life.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 10, 2008

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