Category Archives: the shore

The Journey Beckons

     I have not ceased to be nor write, nor to be somewhat contrite, for my leisure in posting on this here blog and for that I blame not spell nor grog.     The cause of course is … Continue reading

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A Day At The Shore

        The following photographs are of Perkins Cove, Ogunquit Me. one of the most picturesque of shoreline locations. I will personally attest to the quality of the food, the fishing and the quaint ambiance oh, and the … Continue reading

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Nature In Haiku

     Haiku has become a favorite of mine, I find it fairly easy to write so long as I have a subject. Well today’s subject is nature, and the material is almost unlimited. But we must draw the line … Continue reading

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     Ah yes, the good old days, do you remember your parents and grandparents saying how much better things were back in their day? Well now it’s our turn to relate just how simple life seemed to be back when we were growing up. … Continue reading

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We Sail On The Wind

     Having more difficulties with the files, now I can’t access the old files at all, off of the disk. So I’m afraid you’ll have to settle for something a little bit recent. Please enjoy, Jake. We Sail On The … Continue reading

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Oh, Columbia

Oh, Columbia Her captain sailed the “Ship of State” on to that fatal shoal. And a derelict, it now be, by his set course, and goal. *  Ne’er again to rise upon the highest tide. A rusted hulk of history … Continue reading

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Gone Wishin’

     The estimated “Power Ball Jackpot”* is expected to be about 425 million dollars this week.. That is “Four Hundred and Twenty-Five… MILLION, U.S. dollars. The following poem therefore is, self-explanatory!      Wish me luck, Jake. * Power Ball is the … Continue reading

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River Of Heartbreak

     I’m sorry for the lackluster performances lately, but as I explained yesterday, we are very busy at work and my time here at “Blog-Central” is extremely limited. So enjoy that while you can, because in the words of ‘ARNOLD’, … Continue reading

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E Pluribus Unum

       Labor Day is upon us and yet all we relate to it is…The end of summer. Labor Day in reality was created to celebrate the labor movement and its contributions to making America as productive a society that has ever … Continue reading

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The Prize

     Okay, one more from the poem of the month club.. Another mushy, sappy, romantic poem, fresh off the presses. This should appeal to the ladies more than the gentlemen I would think, but the romantic in me…Made me do it. I didn’t … Continue reading

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