Sunday, February 11, 2018

Fringe World 2018.. A pirate's tale.


In the city two pirates bold
Their (plastic) swords they did hold
Swashbuckling began in earnest
The whereabouts of the treasure to learnest :)
  
 
A young maiden walking by
Captured the pirate's eye
 The battle it was over..


Words bein' mightier than th' sword
 Discussion with th' crew did follow
To find that spot marked 'X'
So in the treasure they could wallow!

I never said I was a poet but bless me hearty I do try :) In the city yesterday checking out some Fringe World fun.. lots of free goings on for the kids, like the live action treasure hunt here. So much more to see over the next week. Happy Sunday ye landlubbers, take care and stay safe.. P.s. big catch up today..


25 comments:

  1. Great pirate catch. Have a great Sunday Grace.

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  2. ...I have never understood the fascination with pirates, thieves of the sea.

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  3. Brilliantly written, you did very well. Great action photos as well. Keep well, Diane

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  4. Amazing scenes...it's carnival time here in Italy :) Arianna

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  5. Was the treasure by chance a bottle of rum?

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  6. Classic Spider-Fin Photo!! Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

    Cheers

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  7. Fun post, Grace. Keep up the poetry. I see they're handing out treasure maps. That's what I would want!

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  8. Fun poem, PDP. Always something to do in Perth.

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  9. Grace, the poet-in-residence for the pirates of Perth, who knew. :)

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  10. Looks like the children enjoyed the pirates.

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  11. Looks like a fun festival to attent!

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  12. What great fun. I wonder if any children were frightened.

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  13. Looks like alot of fun, I'm sure the kids enjoyed it.

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  14. Your poem was good! Out here, there would be a mock western gunfight in the street instead.

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  15. I'd love to visit. You know how I feel about our firnge (six months from now).

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  16. Ahh, I love that second shot. Roving eye: the death of many a pirate...

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  17. Great pics again, Grace, and I´d say you are a poet indeed :-)

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  18. Okay, that's just plain fun! Pretty darn good poetry too!

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  19. Great fun this post be
    And your swashbuckling poetry :-) x

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