I lived in a castle tall, with many a many a wall,
the turrets so high, that they reached to the sky,
and there were no clouds at all.
I fled from my home to the docks,
and the seagulls and the old rocks,
I leapt onto the boat, and listened to the quote,
that the captain made about clocks.
We were nearly there, with the wind in my hair,
I cheered a great cheer, as I drank some beer,
and stared at the island's lair.
When we docked, I felt like we were locked,
in a tiny cage, and with rage,
the others I had blocked.
Then we found a town, and when we went down,
I chopped of someone's head , and then they were dead,
So I cried and I had a huge frown.
"No, never" I cried, but I still could not hide,
the sly grin on my face, that gave me disgrace,
and what is more the cell was not wide.
Days went by, the time seemed to fly,
the prison bars, grew so large,
and the guards would seem to always lie.
Finally, they let me out, they thought I was innocent with out a doubt, it all seemed so good,
but then I got lost in a wood,
and there were so many creatures about.
At last I got home, and found out, I had gone to Rome,
the ships sailed by,
and how glad I was to be sturdy and dry,
and the waves created big bits of foam.
I am back and I hope you agree,
there is a different man you see,
I have changed my ways, and that took days,
"Oh, and could I have some tea?".