I purchased twenty pounds of salt, But perhaps I should have bought less. My laptop and my TV set, A heavy length of chain. A manual on how to swim, And a tarp if it should rain.
Lots of fruit and pork and beans, My blankets and my bunk. But, just as I stepped 'board the boat The ding dang dinghy sunk!
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So, lesson learned, I say to you, If you decide to roam, Take, indeed, just what you need And leave the rest at home! Did you spell check your submission?
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It's about a boy who thinks he's a sailor and prepares for his first solo voyage. It's funny, silly and has a moral. I feel there's a lot of visual aspects that an artist could have a field day doing illustrations for.
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Is it a good story? I don't know. I've yet to read it to a child for a response. It would not do — the pillow glowed And glowed both roof and floor, And birds sang loudly in the wood, And fresh winds shook the door.
The curtains waved, the wakened flies Were murmuring round my room, Imprisoned there, till I should rise And give them leave to roam. And hide me from the hostile light That does not warm, but burn — That drains the blood of suffering men; Drinks tears, instead of dew: Let me sleep through his blinding reign, And only wake with you!
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Post a Comment. Monday, February 20, Ah, Poetry. A friend was here this weekend and since it was the first time he'd seen the flat he commented on my "poetry bookcase. It's full as well, so newcomers have to relegate existing books to a backroom box. Its aesthetically pleasing, and, occasionally useful.