The boy, the ship and me

by Jem Croucher

Part 7 of 20 in ‘The Aegean Shores’ series

Arising early with the sun
the boy looked out to sea
and saw a liner sailing by
where on the prow stood me

He watched as pilots met it
and guided it to port
whilst I on board did likewise
taking pictures as I ought

Then as the sun got higher
and the day took on its heat
he waved goodbye and left
when the docking was complete

©Jemverse

Photo – arriving at Rhodes, Greece on 14 August 2017 – Jempics

[This is part 7 of a 20-part series charting a seven-day cruise with Tui from 11-15 August 2017, travelling from London to Corfu, then Kalamata (Greece), Santorini, Rhodes, Crete, Piraeus (Greece), Kefalonia, Corfu and London, some 3,870 nautical miles]

4 Comments to “The boy, the ship and me”

  1. Another day in the leisurely life of a vacationer, sounds great !

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