A Pirate's Love - Poem by Fara Sani
Across the treacherous shoals of white shark reefs,
I swear you're that only entity I believe.
Into the murky waters of dead man's bay slides the sinister ship of black belch,
As I fall for love unexpectedly, I’m glad you could catch.
Most dreaded buccaneer of Spanish Main,
In that plank of lust i won't remain.
On deck, with ye old what’s-his-name,
Both cast tightly to the love game.
A scene of unbelievable rottenness is taking place,
Seeing his young and charming ethnic face.
The scourge of the seven seas plots to this,
Dropping light on to the ship and ended it with a kiss.
A skiff glides silently on the still waters,
His lovely words make the lady flutters.
Shroud in the mist of the ship,
Her heart is the only treasure he could keep.
That swings at anchor off sparkeel isle,
Stealing a last glance of his heart-melting smile.
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