Boats and Water

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.

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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?”)

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