As I sit on the stern of my ship, I think of yester morn when all was good.
We’d traveled a long voyage.
My men grew as mates.
Bounds of treasures we’d found made for a drunkered night.
But of night last, a squall came upon us and two overboard.
As fast as the wind arose, and water rushed over was my men gone.
My ship tossed from port to starboard we hadnt time to turn her a bow.
Till late we search, not a thread to be found.
Not a sail touched, nor a rope broke it was like a dream gone arye.
So i drop these two coins in memberance into the sea, to ye brave men who gave their lives,
and promise to add a share to their families as deserved.
Now its time to set sail homeward…..
Steady as she goes…..through the Calm Sea At Dawn.

Lisa C. Weber ©2007 (Created with Bryce 6.1) Visit My Complete Bubble for all My 3D Artwork. Thanks for dropping by and enjoy!

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3d, boat, calm, clouds, dawn, grey, masses, nautical, ocean, rendering, sails, sea, seascape, ship, story, wake, water

Comments

  • Scott Ruhs
    Scott Ruhsalmost 7 years ago

    This is an amazing image, Lisa!

  • jamiewinter
    jamiewinteralmost 7 years ago

    wonderful

  • Michael Birchmore
    Michael Birchmorealmost 7 years ago

    This is fantastic. Am seriously thinking of buying a copy.

  • Aqua8
    Aqua8almost 7 years ago

    Sweet!!!!! Awesome shot!! Unbelievable, seems to be a shot from a mythical pirate story!!!

  • davidmilne
    davidmilnealmost 7 years ago

    Fantastic pic!!

  • Seth  Weaver
    Seth Weaveralmost 7 years ago

    Astounding imagery and touching prose to match.
    " Aye mateys tis a fine ship she be…"

  • Arthur Chambers
    Arthur Chambersalmost 7 years ago

    THIS IS BRILLIANT-i could use this!!

  • GrayeaglePhotography
    GrayeaglePhotographyalmost 7 years ago

    A fine ship, Would love to ride it bare foot.
    Pat

  • Maylock
    Maylockalmost 7 years ago

    Nice words and Ship, sorry to hear you lost hands on board. Twas a worthy effort in trying to find and save your mates, may the 7 winds sail at there backs as they journey and sally forth across the winds of the Earth.

  • Paul Gibbons
    Paul Gibbonsalmost 7 years ago

    This is a fantastic image, great work.

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