A POEM A DAY - AFLOAT



I am the world's worst traveller, all kinds of transport provoke travel sickness but I think being on water is my least favoured option. I have endured many difficult sea crossings and would never volunteer to get on a boat. However this tranquil scene attracted me, reminded me of rowing boats on the River Avon long ago. I could imagine the peace of slowly paddling on a gentle river with bird song and dragonflies to keep me company.




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