Solitude Harbor (Archived Entries)

Squadron of Australia's first naval fleet arri...

Squadron of Australia’s first naval fleet arriving in Sydney Harbour (Photo credit: Australian National Maritime Museum on The Commons)

I’m anchored at dock once again

with a battered boom askew

May your Spirit’s breath fill this slackened jib

with your wisdom and power – anew

Forgive me for such arrogance

and a foolish sailor’s pride

to vainly face huge swells at sea

with no Captain by my side

I invite You to hold the helm

and watch o’er starboard and port

I’ll submit as devoted deckhand

and each moment to You report

Ship’s keel now submerged in Truth

I trim the sheets – not alone

We’ll leave this harbor of solitude

setting sail through the passage Home.


Navigating life’s waters requires an able-bodied crew with a Captain who not only can sail by the stars – but made them too!

Billowing Sail Blessings ~ Wendy


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One Response to Solitude Harbor (Archived Entries)

  1. Thank you, Akanksha, for sharing and for the link.

    Blessings ~ Wendy

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