Smuggler's Lair

RedHillDigital

Bournemouth, United Kingdom

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Smuggler’s Lair

Number of views as of 3rd February 2017 = 1100.

There was a Dorset smuggling man, Gulliver was his name,
The Excise men were after him for many a twilight game.
He loaded up his cart one night and headed for his lair,
The old Stocks Inn at Furzehill, at the end of Smuggler’s Lane.

The loot was stashed down in the cellar,
By this cunning, smuggling ’feller.
But some weeks later he was caught,
And handed over to the jailer.

So what became of the contraband,
Brandy kegs, beer and whiskey jars?
The crafty locals drank the lot,
While Gulliver grew old behind bars.

An original poem, © RedHillDigital, 8th February 2009

This shot was featured by the Image Writing group.

Click here to see another shot of the Stocks Inn.

Location: Stocks Inn, Furzehill (near Wimborne), Dorset.

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