Boats and water are in your future.
Believe in your greatness. Even a tsunami began as a ripple.
If you are afraid of sharks stay in the kiddie pool.
He who crosses ocean twice without washing is a dirty double-crosser.
Beware of ships that pass in the night.
A sunken treasure is more reliable than a drunken sailor.
A voyage on the sea will fill your life with untold memories.
Let your dreams fill your sails your heart chart your course.
You have a deep appreciation of the deep.
Boats and water are in your past.
Day 13 of the NaPoWriMo challenge. The number 13 is often considered unlucky, so today the challenge is to beat the bad luck away with a poem inspired by fortune cookies. You could write a poem made up entirely of statements that predict the future (“You will meet a handsome stranger”), aphoristic statements (“The secret to getting ahead is getting started)” or just silly questions (“How much deeper would the ocean be without sponges?”)