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By A. K. Williams on 01/19/2007
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Panama, Oh, Panama
Thank you for your blessed existance.
Without you the wonders may never have met,
And only in dreams would lay my existance.
The wonders were foreign and new to their own vivacity,
Experience was little and young.
But fate did arrive with its rubric and unabashed prophesy,
Now the wonders are intertwinned into one.

Panama, Oh, Panama
Who knew Venus had tread upon your soil?
Your fertile earth had christened the feet of many,
And spawned lovers who are lovely and loyal.
A twirling and bubbling heart is worth every smile and good attention.
And the verse, until death do you part, is no burden and needs not a mention.
In the distance of ancestors, who until Heaven we are never to meet,
A memory of the two birds from Panama, then a story and an eventide retreat.

© By A. K. Williams On 1/19/2007 7:34:51 AM
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