Sunny's Cavern

Sunny's Cavern
By Scott A. Ensminger
July 20, 1976

I heard rumors of a cavern,
With wonders to behold;
I heard rumors of a cavern,
Just south of Manisfold.

I heard it was discovered,
By a man named Sunny Will;
I heard it was discovered,
While hiding his new still.

I heard that itís enormous,
With passages high and wide;
I heard that itís enormous,
And has a lake inside.

I heard that itís exquisite,
With formations all around;
I heard that itís exquisite,
And large crystal can be found.

I heard the crystals are of quartz,
Which makes them very hard;
I heard the crystals are of quartz,
And longer than a yard.

I heard thereís massive flowstone,
That it covers all the walls;
I heard thereís massive flowstone,
Which resembles Niagara Falls.

I heard of giant cave pearls,
That measure one foot two;
I heard of giant cave pearls,
Which come in every hue.

I went to see this cavern,
Away up on a hill;
I went to see this cavern,
I went with Sunny Will.

We hiked for miles and miles,
To reach the entrance hole;
We hiked for miles and miles,
Till we reached our goal.

I donned my hat and lamp,
To see this cave of lore;
I donned my hat and lamp,
And started to explore.

The cavern was enormous,
As I could plainly see;
The cavern was enormous,
Its length was eight foot three.

Then Sunny said ďLetís Have a drink,Ē
From his moonshine still;
Then Sunny said ďLetís Have a drink,Ē
And we drank our fill.

I gazed about the cavern,
After drinking Sunnyís brew;
I gazed about the cavern ---
The rumors now were true.


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