by Richard L. Provencher
12/18/2010 / Poetry
A rogue wind creates marauders
blackened clouds roiling
above the waves, whitecaps striving
against the shore.
Inside Atlantic's confusion, one
sleek fishing boat hoists its catch,
a 647 lb tuna; lobster, mackerel
and codfish awaiting turns
families wrapped in boardwalk
cheers, sharing space by stacked
I want a chance to race the wind,
and bring home a bragging
catch in my own Lady Shelby boat.
Richard L. Provencher
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