Bittangabee Bay Mosquitoes – an excerpt from ‘This Other Eden’ | Magnet

Bittangabee Bay Mosquitoes by Kevvie Warren

Just six miles south of Eden on the shores of Twofold Bay

There’s a little cove cut in the rocks where small ships sometimes lay.

’Twas here that two old seamen seeking shelter for the night

Dropped anchor late one evening, for the weather wasn’t right.

Now a tale of what befell them, I’ve noted with my pen,

For this very night they vanished and were never seen again.

It was after dropping anchor and they’d locked themselves below

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To shelter from the mosquitoes that lived there long ago.

via Bittangabee Bay Mosquitoes – an excerpt from ‘This Other Eden’ | Magnet.

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