Cloamae Suiters

(Indianapolis, Indiana)

Silver And Gold - Poem by Cloamae Suiters

Upon a time, there once was said
of a man who had silver and gold
upon his head

A glow from around his face did
light up eyes of heavenly blue.
which twinkled all day through
A smile whenever any spoke or
squeezed his hand

Thus say a prayer of thanks
upon a time we must for a man
with silver and gold upon
his head;

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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