Average Fantasy__To Test Too Keep?

Poem By Richard Stilwell

When fantasy does not fit face,
Nor size,
Nor smile,
Not even race,
It is the unknown to taste,
That keeps us in chase,
It is the cover blown that test our taste,
To keep the fantasy that fits face


Comments about Average Fantasy__To Test Too Keep?

Short and to the point, good job.
I really like this....I love a poem that makes you think...and this does. Sincerely, Mary
very nice...a unique and intriguing poem...great job!

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