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and a purple
one-eyed, one-horned, people-eater
that was searching

(I first heard that song during our Senior Sneak back in 1958, we spent the weekend at a dude ranch in Idaho, great fun if you didn't get saddle sore.)
for buried treasure

(Unfortunately it was quite a bit before my time, I only know it as a "legend of the past", so to speak.) Elf Winking Smilie
in the backyard
under a stone
named Ned, whose
best friend was
a rock named
Ignatius the Igneous
King's Keeper (of) Paper
that's original belonged
to Aunt Sadie,
the barkeeper in
the Outside Inn
which was decorated
with gold and
lilac filagree which
was twisted into
room where all
three branches were
sprouting magenta flowers
blue leaves, and
yellow feathers from
from top to
the strange flashing
in daylight you
see strobing above
........a star which.........
seldom appeared unless
your eyes are
closed and it
only becomes visible
every fifth year
on St-Swithun's day
because of the
angry hush puppies
that ate all
.....houses down which.........
made people homeless
therefor they gathered
To make a
new house from
the Oak tree
lost in the
old forest near
Tom Bombadil's home
They used only
Things that should
cause no harm
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