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Come Young Pirates, Love Never Stronger When It's Muscled From Hate, Part X X I V

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'Bestow all thy condemnation on me
My ship sinking in a quicksilver sea;
For she whom I love is rigid and posed
A mere supposition I once opposed,
An outlier in every banished thought
Redressing reason, unschooled and untaught,
With malign touch that expels and rejects,
A debacle of heart that falls from respect
Birthing outward from a loveless womb
To lie unredeemed in an unmarked tomb.

When these harsh flagellations unmask love
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Monday, February 1, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: captivity,pirate,story,queen,prison,captain
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
The above poem is a continuing conversation the Captain is having with his Queen while imprisoned in her high tower. Come Young Pirates is a series of descriptive and adventure sea poems.
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David Wood 01 February 2021

Let's hope she shows you small mercies!

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David Wood 01 February 2021

She has the whipping hand, let's hope she shows you small

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