Saturday’s the day sea sure shines, the fish pout their mealy mouths upwards and we shall dine! Captain Davis grabbed a fork and we all ate pork because Buck forgot the fishing line. Sale in my shop! Until Monday.
Thought this was fun, in an old children’s book I picked up. Supposedly from an old fairy tale. This is the children’s edition - found this other ending online - “They ended up living happily on a far away island where Chang made a successful living as a writer. In fact, he was too successful and his fame reached the ears of the Mandarin. He sent his henchmen over to the island where they killed Chang and set fire to the house, killing Koong-se who was inside. The Gods, seeing their plight, immortalised them as two doves “
I swear, said the sailor, I saw land in the wee morn! You saw nothin’ but your devil being born, said Captain. Now ignore ye damn doldrums, or I’ll drown ye with the old ones, and he nodded towards the sea.
When they awoke the man o war lay on the deck, they gathered round and Old Tim told a tale of a thousand stings. They’ll take you for toast, he said, and leave you to roast, beneath the bloody orange sun. Oil seascape I painted on the easel wooden back of frame.
3 pairs sox, 3 towels, 2 sheets is all that I need, whatever whatever… will I succeed? Old photo I morphed into a sailor. Back of the photo is a list of his needs, for school or new position, I’m guessing?