Far off, by the sea,

The knight thought that he'd be free,

With not a dragon there to slay,

And only seaguls to bother his day,

And thus he was not prepared,

And was in fact a little scared,

When near his little rowing boat,

Something living began to float,

And out of the water came a head,

And the knight wished he'd stayed in bed,

When sharpened teeth were flashed,

And, well, he got eaten by a sea monster, didn't he?