by tg - Jan 2011
Paint a picture in your head,
Of a landers' most afear'ed dread,
Swells afore rise overhead,
Abaft a mountain sea.
Wind about runs six or seven,
Tossed is all a salt sea heaven,
Such a treasure we are given,
Roll again with smiles.
Tim was inspired to write this after attending the Cornwall Sea Symposium
Sea Survival Training. He says it was "Hard to explain. It was a
long awaited reaffirmation."