Clarence A. Graham, Jr.

(June 28,1919 / Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota.)

Slave Girl


In old Baghdad, a long time ago, lived a beautiful girl
She was captured by pirates and became a slave girl
While on the ship, the Capitan and the beautiful girl fell in love

There is a new twist to this story
The Capitan always performs the marriage ceremony
Therefore, the Capitan performed their marriage ceremony

After that, the handsome Capitan and the beautiful girl ruled the oceans
She was a lucky girl, after all, wasn't she?

February 2,2006, Clarence A. Graham, Jr.

Submitted: Thursday, February 02, 2006

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