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Sailing Through Storms


“The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore.”
― Vincent van Gogh


Sailing home
tho I feel the storm arising
see the clouds on the horizon
and yet I know my way
I’ve been made aware of danger
got the warning from a stranger
who approached me yesterday


Been awhile
since I landed here among you
an old man whom you found new
and yet I miss my home
Still I stayed learned and taught
our common enemies I fought
together still alone


Here you all gather
to see me on my way
asking questions I must answer
tho I don’t know what to say


Still I speak on
my answers you all measure
perhaps you’ll find some treasure
keep part of me behind
It’s the least I can do
speak my words, see it through
It’s not as if I mind


Stormy journey
and yet I know it is time now
say goodbye, take my last bow
turn away and set sail
for my home it does call me
once fettered and now free
I must do my will
__ G A Rosenberg


Blessings, G


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