A Rather Unfortunate Incident (By A Ghost Named Fred)

Poem By Tamsin Douglas

Oh! The Jolly Roger
Grinning down at me that disastrous day.
The day they made me walk he plank.
The day I died because I sank.
The day the seagulls cried their song.
The day that all and all went wrong.
The day they made me walk he plank.
The day I died because I sank.

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