I Must Go Down To The Sea Again

Poem By Spike Milligan

I must go down to the sea again,
to the lonely sea and the sky;
I left my shoes and socks there -
I wonder if they're dry?

Comments about I Must Go Down To The Sea Again

There is a hint of parody in here. The poem is way beyond beautiful. It's really fantastic.
I must put down the small screen, The lonely screen, but why? All I ask is for bull s..t to slowly pass me by.
Silliness and Tomfoolery For shame
Should be vest and socks
I believe they were last seen floating up the Thames? quite wet


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