Post by GeneticBlend on Dec 26, 2018 17:52:33 GMT -5
Poem 1 is on page 56. (And yes, there are TWO poems that are labeled "1".)
This one begins with the line, "Cityscapes and mountainscapes..."
This poem seems to be more of an introduction to me. But the important part seems to be a hint as to where this treasure hunt will end. And that includes the lines, "All of this and more sits at the serpant's end. The bigger of the two is where I want this one to end."
I noticed that the author misspelled "serpant", unless that was done on purpose. It should be "serpent".
Even more importantly, my question is what is "the bigger of the two"? Two what?
I assume the “two” are rivers/waterways. Denver was founded at the confluence of Cherry Creek and the South Platte River. (Confluence Park) Rivers can look like serpents from the air; South Platte is larger.