Captain Hook


Treasure - Poem by Captain Hook

I sit atop this lonely hill
I have one mans garbage
You stab me with your words with me hook ill kill
I sit atop this lonely place with your body bag

If its a war you want
Its war that you will get
Your a mere freshman now boy
Im the senior with a crooked smile saying ahoy
You want to start something you get first swing
Start something newsflash but this year im king

Your words are a mere sting to my ears
Your on my turf waves of torment and salt
A triumph to landmarks no longer shedding tears
When you come to your senses its me you will exalt

Its a shame your friends turned enemy
Its a shame when she came running to me
You are as i was now
A discouraged freshman left in slough

You are lost at sea in my kingdom
You perish when you walk the plank where i rule
A vast ocean of this so called highschool
To me your no matchmaker a mirror image of a crumb
As for now i set sail as you take your bow
Your lucky to escape me hook let alone me prow

Your purpose was to mark the spot
Not to leave your garbage in the rain
Ive foiled your plans suppose im good at my plot
Im a great mastermind for good measure
Im the one they bow to in ukraine
I might as well be called the king of spain
Im the one with the pirate clothes the one handed crook
Im the one renowned king of all pirates im captain hook
Suppose i could bury you for helping me obtain
My source of pleasure your garbage is now my treasure

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 21, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010


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