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An Apache Tear

An Apache Tear
stone as black as night
shines in the dark or light

Around your neck it my hang
on a accentuate golden chain

Black magic they say…
Who know for sure anyway
From the ancient past
this stone wears no mask

Beauty in its being
that's the story its
conveying

But take no chance
rub it twice and
and always treat
it nice

For black magic it may
hold, rub it twice then
once again an it may
just turn to…
bright shiny gold.


Jackie r. Kays
Copyright…2004





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