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She the Ship

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She the Ship

Her bow breacks the waves,
her sails catch the wind.

She's sailed the seven seas,
been through several storms.

Her crew is young and strong,
They tug her rigging, raise her sails.

Her brow breacks the waves,
Her sails catch the wind.

Her mast is thick and strong,
Her rudders thin and sure.

She sails the seas until one day,
when her bottem brushes the ground.

Finally shes trapped,
Even though the seas around.

Slowly she dies,
there on the reef.

All thats left of a proud sailing ship,
is a bow thet once broke the waves
a sail that once caught the wind.

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  1. Date: 11/6/2012 11:17:00 AM
    An excellent write that I enjoyed reading today Emily. I hope to have more time in the future to read more. Love, Carol

  1. Date: 10/28/2012 6:29:00 PM
    Being a sailor on the seas i can relste to this as we ride out hurricane sandy in safe shelter so as to not become one of those wrecks, thanks for sharing, Regards, Carl