Willow Cochrane

The Day They Almost Caught Capt. Jack Sparrow - Poem by Willow Cochrane

My hat on my head
My sword in its hilt
Dark eyes survey the sea
Wind blows my hair astray
On the bow of the Pearl
My ship
My haven
A hell I can't escape
Once a pirate always so
Many years I stare
At the horizon
At my destiny
It's blackened both my eyes
My soul
My innocence
Father was a pirate
Left his family
To sail the salty seas
I'm no different
I see myself in him
So little
Yet so much
Here they come
On my starboard
On my port
To try to capture me
And take it all away
Like hell
I shall run
And taunt them
About the day
They almost caught Jack Sparrow

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 30, 2010

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