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Pirate curse

Captain Ahab’s Curse

(Retold by Ishmael)

Moby Ho! I seeks thy soul,

Great white whale I see.

Of me leg, 'tis a wooden peg,

Me wrath I spit at thee.

'Tis time ta dance, and take me stance,

For I gives the Devil his due.

Ta gets me chance, and cast me lance,

Ta draw last blood from you.

Where the north winds blow, 'tis this I know,

Me day of reckoning be here.

Whether tis you or me, we both shall see,

For death I does not fear.

Davy Jones he waits, ta see our fates,

Which soul he takes down under.

Whether you or I, one must die,

For me quest ta ends. By thunder!

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