A Wanton Pirate's Song

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I've always been a pirate inside.
They're my favourite stories.
I've made a recent friend.
He asked me how to tell I was drunk.
This is a song just for him.
Only because I think he'd get
any trivial humorous aknoweledgement.
Enjoy..
(Hope you like it.)
Thank You,
Charli

Submitted: November 24, 2011

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(One must get a rum drinking rythm,

(Irish will do), before reading..)

What would I give to know you,
be sure, said purely felt.
At fate's first chance,
just to meet you
with cards so chastely dealt.

Friendship so begotten,
and wasted wordly rule.
A long wind's romance sotten
a seat so risk'ly fueled.

Chance's bet and hope's regret
that aquantance does it fill
want and chase and some disgrace
and alcoholic swill

I say that of one's intellect
and thought provoking space
and so it's filled with that
of loneliness
and distantly set pace.

Those, who,would now know you,
and pass judgement on your case,
would set with fret
likely, be beset with frills
and that of lace.

So set your caution to with fro ,
and be what does in tow.
and set your ventures to the wind!


I will think of you...

when...

I would sing...
again...

Hope you liked it;)


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