Posted by: Miss McBooty | July 2, 2010

The Cast Away

I fell through a rocky hole in the ground;
Dark with depth, bitter as a catacomb.
Fell from the sky, through deep, lush greens —
Trees as tall as skyscrapers loomed above me.
I landed softly on unspoiled, fertile terrain;
Abundant plants surrounded me, pregnant with life’s reign.
I had arrived in an unused world, yet my footsteps were not companionless,
Elegant creatures greeted me with bouquets of fragrant spring cress.
They asked about my garb, which were in sloven appearance;
They questioned my vehicle, the cause of my interference.
I explained I am as plain as water, never a doctor or lawyer.
I was a simple worker — caught up in something much larger.
I then closed my eyes and inhaled the rich earth;
Air completely free of corruption, land of pure worth.

This coincidental adventure was contrived by chance.
Now I am a cast away lost in salacious content.
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Responses

  1. WANT!

  2. I want to go there too! If I ever get a chance, you'll be the first to know!


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