Lost in the Caribbean!. I have a small problem, yes it is true… I’ve lost my creative muse, and I know not what to do!. If you could just help me, and keep a sharp eye… Ask everyone you know, feel free to pry and spy… I’ve just got to find him, or my writing is simply of no use!.
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If you could just help me, and keep a sharp eye…
Ask everyone you know, feel free to pry and spy…
I’ve just got to find him, or my writing is simply of no use!
He resembles this guy, and will answer to Bloom
I think he’s gone on vacation… but we must get him back soon!
If he’s decided to take to the sea
Hop in your boats and go searching for me!
Look for a young man who goes by Will Turner
And who, with swords, is a very fast learner!
This one’s name is Jack Sparrow and he’s no joke
He might act drunk but he’s no dope
He’ll take Will’s side - though he might try to deny it
He is, after all, just a dirty pirate!
Stay clear of the curse and don’t touch the gold,
Watch out for Sparrow’s wit and don’t get too bold,
Or soon you may find yourself enjoying their company,
And hear yourself singing “A pirate’s life for me!”
Much different then his real self he could look, you must know…
He’ll have blonde hair and pointy ears and carry a bow…
So keep a sharp eye for this quick and quiet elf!
Difficult to catch this elf will prove,
Doubtless you two will share many a move,
But you must not fail to find him for me,
For The Wall that Fell all depends on him you see!
Call for help don’t let him get away,
Bring him to me and you’ll save the day!
I’ll pay you a handsome reward to be sure,
For when I have my muse once again my writer’s block will be cured!
Please just return him as quickly as you can,
And if you wish to borrow him later I’m sure we can work out a plan,
But he is my muse you do understand,
And using him without permission would be bad bad bad!!!
Keep in mind he might go as Bloom… and so you may find him soon,
For after the release of Pirates he may find it hard to hide …
Really all those screaming adolescent girls are on our side!
In which case you must be careful not to fall prey to pirate pride!
Try not to drool if you find him in this guise,
Though I know it’s hard and I’ll tell you no lies…
Upon Turner you must not let your heart get set,
Even though he’s real sexy when he’s wet!
I’ll go around and come from behind,
You distract him, be sure he pays me no mind,
I’ll give him a shot that’ll put him to sleep,
He’ll have to go quietly, he won’t make a peep!
I’ll take him home and put him to bed,
And he won’t remember anything that here has been said,
Back to his muse-duties he’ll have to go,
Perhaps now my writing won’t go so slow!
He’ll once again go for the sea or the trees,
Once again choose which character to be!
So if you’re out walking one day and you spy
Bloom or Turner or Legolas go by
Please, remember my cry: “HELP! My muse is on the loose!”
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On behalf of Lossefalme, another satisfied customer.
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