Monday, April 30, 2007
This life is like an ocean voyage
We're sailing every day,
And stormy seas and pleasant breeze
We encounter on the way.
At times our barque seems small and frail
When buffetted about
Amid each reef of unbelief,
Uncertainty and doubt.
Some due to sad misfortune
Lies shipwrecked on life's shore;
And some so fair just disappear,
Their span of life half o'er.
While others they are wafted on
Towards their port afar,
And at the sunset of their lives
They cross the harbour bar.
There's many dangers to be met
Before we reach that shore,
But safe at last with perils past
We'll sail life's seas no more.
Photo: This wheel house, from the schooner EMA FRAMPTON, was removed from the vessel after she went ashore on the Labrador. It is located in Cartwright, Newfoundland.