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The Pirates Cove
by Ray Hamilton { The Great Canadian Buzzard }
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The Pirates Cove

Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum
The pirates have landed, its time for some fun
They have been sailing the oceans blue
Count yourself lucky, that they didn't find you

Days they have sailed, they've been on the run
Not one night of rest, without firing there gun
Time to hide the treasure, and then drink all that rum
They have landed at pirate's cove, for a wild night of fun

They drank all the rum, I'm to understand
It wasn't long, before the swords were in the hand
They had so much rum, there faces had turned green
Soon there was a fight, like you have never seen
There night at pirates cove, should have been grand
But now there were two fools, rolling around in the sand

They were fast putting, the swords in hand
It was not long before, there stood but only one man
The cove was soon filled, with a deathly sound
Now lays one, deep within the ground
A pirates life no one, will ever understand
With the exception perhaps, of the man left behind in the sand

Ray Hamilton
Better known as
{ Not a poet and I know it! }

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Reviewed by Dixie Dawn Michelle 9/7/2009
Intriguing story. "The Pirates Cove" revives the great seas' adventures in poetic expressions of beauty and sound.

In appreciation,

Dixie Dawn Michelle

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