The Sail Boat Beneath Me

Christine Crowley By Christine Crowley, 22nd Jan 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/12dw8og4/
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A poem about sailing my 35' sailboat out into the ocean for the first time. A wonderful ffeeling!

The Sailboat Beneath Me.

I'm on the ocean, the water's blue,
My sailboat is beneath me - this is true.
The sails are up, I'm on a reach,
I can see people on the beach.

I have a tiller, wood and strong,
The sails are singing a lovely song.
The wind is rushing by so fast,
I hope this feeling always lasts.

My sailboat is my pride and joy,
I have an engine to employ,
When the wind dies down, you see,
I need the engine to push for me.

I see the buoy and need to tack,
Another heading to get me back.
To my home port and pier of mine,
I always enjoy sailing all the time.

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Poetry, Sail Boat, Sailing

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author avatar Christine Crowley
I am retired from a community college and working part-time. I've always loved to write and find it rewarding.

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author avatar Songbird B
22nd Jan 2012 (#)

Oh how you have captured the freedom and delight of sailing Christine..This is lovely..

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author avatar Christine Crowley
22nd Jan 2012 (#)

Thank you, Songbird.

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author avatar Delicia Powers
23rd Jan 2012 (#)

Just lovely...

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author avatar Christine Crowley
23rd Jan 2012 (#)

Thank you, Delicia

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