Parting glances: A Haiku

We left Elizabeth Jean in early October.   Our last image of her, tied in a slip, under a grey fall sky, a “For Sale Sign” secured to her lifeline uncomfortably lingered.  Her future fate was largely out of our hands.

Parting glances: A Haiku

Tugging at her lines,

As a horse tightly tethered,

Waiting to be freed.

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2 thoughts on “Parting glances: A Haiku

  1. Karin J Davies

    I shall miss reading of your adventures aboard the Elizabeth Jean, but take comfort in knowing sailors and sailboat will be off on new challenges. Enjoy!

  2. Brad Felker

    Let us know when you are back in town. We’d love to take you out on the boat. We are on the way to Poulsbo for the night

    Sent from my iPhone

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