Mary Georgia Andrews


I Am A Crustacean - Poem by Mary Georgia Andrews

I am a crustacean

Barnacled, knarled through and throughout

No upper crust illusive delusions exist

Yet from the depths, no memories elude me

And when I am opened there still remain

Grains of sand, of times not forgotten

For friendships do sustain all winds ill-begotten

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 19, 2005



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