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In Uncategorized on February 10, 2007 at 1:37 pm

The Widow Queen’s Lament.

When will he come home to me?
Mangos, Coconuts, Durians and Limes.
A wife of a mariner, I look out to sea,
For I have lost a dear one of mine.
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My mind imagines the ship’s keel.
Mangos, Coconuts, Durians and Limes.
The captain poised behind the wheel,
And he’ll bring back a dear one of mine.
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Another night has come and it’s fell,
Mangos, Coconuts, Durians and Limes.
My heart has fallen tender, soft, and not well,
And he won’t return, the dear one of mine.
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To the seas I take to sing my lament.
Mangos, Coconuts, Durians and Limes.
Each pirate on the seas shall feel this torment.
And I shall search for the dear one of mine.
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Mauraders tread lightly on my sea
Mangos, Coconuts, Durians and Limes.
For your blood shall be shed [for he..]
And then she’ll be a true love of mine.

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