Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis

Auburn, South Australia
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Auburn, South Australia
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A Chantey Of Labor's Lost

Rating: 3.0

There on the quay sobbed Bones, A.B.,
And he took me by the hand.
Says he to me, 'I've quit the sea
An' I'm huntin' a berth on land.
‘Er doom ‘as come; an' the days o' rum,
Salt-‘orse an' tar is over;
For these is the days of the popinjays
An' the end of the deep-sea rover
Oh,
Them tough ole, rough ole, rollicking lads

The shell-back, deep-sea rover.
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Susan Williams 06 April 2018

I like this poem tons better than the previous poem. In fact, this is poetry worthy of having been written and read which contrasts greatly with the other poem.

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