Scribbled words hastily written are hard to decipher
were found in a folder attached to an important document,
it wouldn't ever been brought to light and know flair...
hadn't I not searched for an old picture, reminiscing sentiment,
sadly locked for ages in that file cabinet drawer to hide a secret.
The scribbled words of an original manuscript is a priceless treasure,
their meaning is not obliterated from memory or time, if read aloud;
sometimes non-sense words make sense and don't seem obscure
when the code has been deciphered, they can be clearly understood...
and letting them out of the darkness, they flee right into the bright world!
Written by Andrew Crisci
for Joe Maverick's contest, " Occlusion "