Re: To Those in the Caribbean Now
Strip Her and Tie Her Off and hope for the best!
Touch wood, its worked for me through numerous hurricanes & tropical storms.
We were on a mooring
I made in the TCI's when tropical storm Rita came through, and would have slept through it, but a little French boat had slipped it's anchor
and was bumping up against us.
What always amazes me, is when looking at aftermath pictures of boats damaged from a storm, is the lack of preparation. Sails
left on, solar panels
generators.....it all.....no wonder insurance
is so high. It's not just your vessel that can be affected.
As I sit, a swirling sea of passion gives it's poems in waves underneath me.
The whispers of the sun in my eyes, a silence within.
Rhythm of the surf, drums of the sea. Thoughts tumble and toss about the deep blue abyss inside me, where the love of you dwells.
I'm fighting currents to get back to you, listening to the flow of your liquid language as you beckon me, "Come Play"
Mariners Cove, CI. Anonymous.