Sunday Photo Fiction
Two old fishermen went to sea
In a battered old sea-blue boat
One wore a pullie and a hat that was woolie
The other a waterproof coat
One looked up at the clouds in the sky
The other looked down at the net
It started to rain and the waves rose up high
And they both got terribly wet.
Fisherman one said to fisherman two
I’ll think we’ll head for the shore
We’ve had a good catch, let’s batten the hatch
I doubt that we’ll land any more.
The wind it did blow and the sea it did swell
The boat was about to capsize
A vision of hell, they were feeling unwell
when they were dealt with a sudden surprise!
A huge hand came down and scooped up the boat
They couldn’t believe their good luck
It plonked them plop down in a pond in the town
And startled two swans and a duck!
For Sunday Photo Fiction. Thanks to C E Ayr for the picture.