Gary Griffith Sr.
I'M A King On A Distant Shore - Poem by Gary Griffith Sr.
I'm a king on a distant shore
In a land where there is no war
My subjects are many
You can find them everywhere
They are in the trees
Many sore on cushions of air
Food is in abundance
There are no carnivorous beast
Everything for food grows from the ground
The trees are laiden with all kinds of fruit
Now if you like the taste of a juicy steak
Then the tree of meat is for you
There are fish and pork trees too
What ever is your delight
You can find it here
Morning noon or night
Love is what drives everything here
And it flows from an incredible source
I'm proud to be a king on a distant shore
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