Poem 81: Egyptian Ship

By Vijay Simhadri.

Egyptian Ship 3

The Egyptian Ship was travelling along the Nile,

It was cruising and floating there for a while,

The oars stroked the Nile carrying the ship straight,

For with opposing wind the oarsman had to wait,

The current also was followed before it was too late,

This was what made the pharaoh truly irate,

The Egyptians within, each carried swords and a shield,

These were the weapons that they chose to wield.

Price to obtain a copy of

this illustrated poem:


or £2.99 (GB POUNDS)

The picture and poem are

created by Vijay Simhadri.

They are copyrighted.