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A PIRATE’S LIFE

A pirate’s life for me.

And what might that life be.

A patch I’d wear,

And braid my hair,

A pirate’s life for me.

With ears bedecked in gold,

As pirate’s do, I’m told,

My boots of brown,

All buckled down,

And looking rather bold.

A pirate’s life for me,

We’d sail from sea to sea,

I’d revel in pleasure,

Be swimming in treasure,

And keep it all for me.

As skull and bones unfurl,

My flag will flap and curl,

My crew will be,

In awe of me,

Not bad for just a girl!

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OK. THERE ARE NO GIRLS,  BUT STILL . . . CUTE.

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13 thoughts on “A PIRATE’S LIFE

  1. Did you write this? I love it and will show it to my little students. Thanks for putting it on your blog.

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