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A sailor’s joy is competition,
which is evident in races.
Then it’s not his own volition,
sports events decide the places.

But secretly his aim to win
is a somehow innate trait.
A race can suddenly begin
when he sees a sporting mate.

Then the sails are best adjusted,
the rudder, too, is moved with care,
whoever errs is surely busted,
you give your best, as it’s a dare.

You are better, you are fast,
nobody wants to be the last.


Aus meinem Buch:

Poems: My poems can be either useful to boost a lively discussion or you enjoy them quietly, not more than one at a time. The metre sometimes differs from stanza to stanze, so they are not always easy on the eye. Hopefully, however, you have fun and find some poems that you like best.

Autorin: Anne Reimerdes
Taschenbuch: 68 Seiten
ISBN-13: 978-1545115183
Erschienen: 3. April 2017

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