8 thoughts on “Verily, verily

  1. row (raʊ) n. A noisy quarrel or dispute.

    I’ve never gotten into a row with any boats. Yes, they can be stern at times, but they are typically not aggressive. They’re just being straightforward. I assume that anyone who does get into rows with boats would be a rower of boats. And they’re dreaming if they think they can come out the victor. Best way to avoid a row? Just bow—or wave as you sail away.

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  2. “Life is a dream. /Any rower of boats will tell you this.” Yes, indeed. As a dreamer and rower, I keep the boat I am in out of Father Time’s wake and in life’s beauty spot.

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