Cabo Corrientes to Ixtapa: A Tortuga Haiku

Very light winds and calm seas characterized the last couple of days of our passage to Ixtapa.  The flat seas made spotting sea turtles–which look like small logs–particularly easy.  Sea birds would land on the turtles’ backs and travel along inspiring the following:

 

Tortuga Haiku

Turtles float log-like.

On their brown backs, birds hitch hike.

Becalmed, we motor.

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3 thoughts on “Cabo Corrientes to Ixtapa: A Tortuga Haiku

  1. Irv Alpert

    CUTE

  2. Elena

    Nice haiku! It certainly paints a good picture.

  3. Mary Helen

    You are a talent Eric. Have you thought about getting published?

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