Apprenticed to a Pirate Leviticus 18:6-18

Sometimes a word gets mispronounced, hilarity ensues.

At other times a metaphor gets twisted or abused.

There’s nothing wrong with nakedness, it doesn’t matter whose.

If you don’t like your own, then cover up. Don’t be on view.

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The privacy of others is the thing we should respect,

though how they choose to show themselves might cause us to reflect.

We’re seeing what they’re being but it’s action that will tell.   

We’ll keep our  hands unto ourselves, and other parts as well. 

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Photo:   by Marcin Wichary, CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons

Source:  Leviticus 18: 6-18

Text:  David Alexander, 2021  CC BY-SA 4.0

Tune:  Old 107th, Public Domain

Score:  https://www.smallchurchmusic.com/2018/Score/TheRoseateHues-Old107th-Chords.pdf 

Audio:  www.smallchurchmusic.com  Used by Permission

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