Captain Cur

(England)

A Pirate and a Poetess


A Pirate and a Poetess
engaged in a heated duel;
the unread pirate using wit,
maddening charm his metric tool.

A Pirate and a Poetess
in passion throes of deep embrace
exchanging more than subjective
massifs, throbs restive in his place.

Her body's work in high demand,
she is a fearsome rhyming witch,
could a crass seaman understand
voluminous verse without a stitch.

Referencing her many notes;
as the stiff tall mast gives alarm
his full hung sails bare Pirate boasts
and adds nine inches to his charm.

Her line flows, sweet liquidity,
his pounding beats rigidity,
her shocking mass frigidity,
his utter rand ambiguity.

A Pirate and a Poetess;
a duet to enlarge the arts,
poetic in and outs his quest
as she innately chafes his part.

Submitted: Saturday, February 16, 2013

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  • Kaila George (4/29/2014 5:58:00 PM)

    o.o Wow....this be interesting my hardy....bwahahaha...(ha always wanted to say that) .... ok I am speechless on this one Cap....very robust...lovely poem...smiles. (Report) Reply

  • Patricia Grantham (3/14/2013 9:50:00 AM)

    Captain Cur, Only you can master these type of verses. I am an awe of this piece of poetry.
    Appreciate the opportunity to read some of your works. (Report) Reply

  • Joseph Anderson (2/18/2013 1:16:00 PM)

    You got the rhyme, meter and beat firmly anchored on this one- altogether great job.
    Quite a parallel, a pirate and a poetess (Report) Reply

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