The Sail-Maker

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The Sail-Maker

 

Simon Sullivan Shanassy

Was simply a sight to see

Swiftly sewing sailcloth

In shore shed by the sea

 

Simon Sullivan Shanassy

Sewed several sails each day

Sewn smoothly and securely

So sure as not to fray

 

Seams so straight so slender

Silken soft and still so strong

Simon Sullivan Shanassy’s sails

Surely seldom e’r go wrong

 

Padre

Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie’s  on 26 January was to write a Tongue Twister poem.  Though a few days late, here is my go.

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