Tugboat Chaos continues.
This was the last image of 18 illustrations I created about the poem Tugboat Chaos.
Like my Tugboats Online I drew and painted this in a childlike way with lots of vibrant color. I underlined the lines where the image pertains too in the poem
I walked along the city harbor one day
When a bright red tugboat anchored ashore
The captain unloaded supplies from aboard
“Ahoy, Where is the shop Salt Away”?
Around the bend captain and down a tad
They have fish and bait all you need
“Thanks mate and so I will go see”
Promise you nothing in the store is bad.
The skipper took his supplies to trade,
And then he returned to his red tugboat.
Good bye my mate and drifted afloat
The pier looked bare and almost afraid.
I continued to walk along the dock
And I watched the red tugboat sail away.
Shortly three tugboats hovered this way
All traveled in single line creating a block.
No other ship could go through there line
Suddenly one craft speeded away,
And it created such a large sway,
The other vessels just drifted out of line.
The wild wave swelled so far that the red boat
Rocked back and forth creating a big splash
“You crazy seaman” cried the captain in a flash
And so the tugboat cruised on in a slow float.