B: Xxv: Shop-Talk - Poem by Douglas Scotney
in full awareness a time would come
they would be unable to forget who they were
and would take exception
to anyone just going along for the ride,
sailors used to invite some dandy on board,
in full knowledge they were going to get bored.
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