Jamie Parker

Rookie (1994 / Gates Cottage)

The stormy sea


The waves are twisting and turning
Churning and werling
The little boat sways from side to side
And all the fish, have gone to hide
The lightning crashes on to the shores behind
When will the weather, be as much as kind?
but oh!
the waves stop clashing!
The sun has come out!
The whales cheer
by sending water from there spouts
The boat is thankfull
the fish come out
The fishermen Jump and shout

Submitted: Wednesday, February 02, 2005
Edited: Saturday, April 15, 2006

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