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The Loss Of The Andrea Gail
They that go down to the sea in ships, that do business in great waters: These see the works of the Lord, and his wonders in the deep. From the 107th psalm. It's been the hub of the fishing industry for nearly four hundred years And has witnessed heartbreaking tragedies that have ended in tears The city of Gloucester in Massachusetts on Americas east coast Is home to the Atlantic's brave fishermen that's no idle boast. In nineteen ninety one on the twentieth day of September A day families of a trawler crew will always remember The captain and crew of the fishing boat the Andrea Gail For the Grand Banks of Newfoundland on that day had set sail. They arrived at the Grand Banks but their catch was quite low So the boats captain decided to the Flemish Cap they'd go An area that they hoped would reap them great rewards The plan was to fill the holds quickly, then set course homewards. The ice machine had broken down so now they had to abort Their catch would have been spoilt, so they headed back to port Meanwhile some high and low pressure was building up at sea But something else was building up that they didn't foresee. Another fishing boat made contact and tried to give warning But contact was lost as a giant storm was now forming Winds built up and got stronger then the storm unleashed hell The roar of those strong winds was sounding the death knell. Conditions slowed the boat down it couldn't go any faster They were oblivious to the fact that they were heading for disaster An experienced crew in bad weather; but this wasn't the norm Hurricane Grace mixed with two fronts that created the storm. There was seventy mile an hour winds and hundred foot waves That sent the Andrea Gail crew to their watery graves The boats owner was concerned that she was long overdue He contacted the U.S. Coastguard out of concern for her crew. On Sable Island the emergency beacon was found washed ashore Along with some other debris but boat and crew were no more The city of Gloucester had suffered yet another tragedy With the loss of the boats crew who'd perished out at sea. No one knows what really happened and many theories abound And theories they remain because the boat was never found The most popular were the holds were overladen with their catch And sea water fouled the engines getting in through the hatch. Fishing has been an occupation since sixteen twenty three When Cape Ann in Massachusetts Bay became a colony And since then ten thousand have been lost out at sea That's why the city of Gloucester is no stranger to tragedy. Written 3rd Of October 2020. Your Personal Favorite Poetry Contest Sponsored by L. Milton Hankins.
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