(The music is quite subtle, but there.)
Found Poem taken from Lord of the Flies by William Golding
From Pages: 7, 10, 39, 47, 52, 53, 54, 62
The long scar smashed into the jungle;
a bath of heat
fledged with palm trees;
their green feathers hundred feet up in the air;
the open sea dark blue,
behind, the darkness of the forest proper.
Decline of the sun,
allowed a little coolness to lie under the tree,
a drop of burning gold that slid nearer the sill of a world.
Only a few inches from the humid Earth,
the tree trunks and creepers festooned
There was only the faintest indication of the trail
that was widen enough and trodden enough to be a path,
hardened by an accustomed tread.
The forest opened a little,
beyond was the glitter of the sea.
In the hot air a pair of gaudy butterflies danced around
The sunlight had lifted clear of the open space and withdraw from the sky
By: Michael, Elaine, Patrick and Alex
Music by Alex,
Art by Michael.