The ships are sailing in

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It washed up on the shore
Leaving a sheen in lines
Wipe up your tears I say
As I sit back to gloat
The ships are sailing in
As I do boast with glee
For I am the winner
And the salt not needed

Taken from #dverse Prompt – Salt – 44 words

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21 responses to “The ships are sailing in”

  1. I would love to be sailing too… wonderful

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    1. Thank you ☺ perhaps not in the current winds though

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  2. a step ahead of the imports!

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    1. 🤣🤣🤣🤣 likely cheaper ships than the Imports too

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  3. Just gorgeous. Such sharp, amazing lines, like those sails.

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  4. Oh, those ships are definitely sailing in–glorious!

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  5. I sense a delight in victory in your words!

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    1. Thank you, I like to bring lightness to some poetry words which can bring more sadder topics – so very glad you felt the delight in the poem ❤

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  6. Nice one. Sailing over a salty sea sounds just fine.

    Have a good Monday

    Much love

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    1. Just need the sunny weather too 😉
      I hope you have a fantastic Monday too

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  7. Loving this crisp imagery and powerful feeling of happiness!

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  8. *sigh* I haven’t been sailing in such a long time, Eli… this leaves me wistful…


    David

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    1. Same…unfortunately with storms in UK not the best time to go x

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  9. Lovely timeless rhythm to this piece..

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    1. Thank you so much ❤

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  10. I came Eli, I read, great work my friend — but I am not well. Be back soon.

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    1. Hope you are okay x

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