Limerick: Once A Lone Sailor Who Sank With His Ship - Poem by T Wignesan
Once a lone Sailor who sank with his ship
Bargained with a Mermaid through her hare-lip
She would give him a lift
If he’d give her a gift
That’s how mermaids got to wear haïr-clip.
That’s how mermaids got second hare-lip.
© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013
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