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Here you will find the writings of the poet Theodore Waterfield

Shipwright

How do you make a boat?
From foil surrounding cigarettes.
A sail of silver cut with a pocket knife.
A sliver of wood for mast,
and the sail and mast
inserted into debris
from the water’s edge.
You only need a wing,
buoyancy and air,
the tension of water’s wake,
and a heart fashioning another.
A place where fathers and sons
can go,
on voyages together.

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