Captain Macari - Poem by Antonia Nasi
He sets his sights on haunted seas,
this ghostly Buccaneer,
West Indies was his place of rest,
until he reappeared.
And on a cog he claimed this ship,
it's sailor, a buffoon,
The Captain of this ship, you see...
was slaughtered and marooned.
He pillaged in the life he led,
with hook and covered eye,
Then flogged his crew with dirk in hand,
and wondered why he died!
Captain Macari came back,
to claim his treasures lost...
For on the day he walked the plank,
his Booty's they were tossed!
The horror that became of him,
'Ye Captain Macari,
Ensured he'd live a pirate's life,
for all eternity.
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