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A bit more weight, a few more teeth & the motor ran great…
by Ed Matlack
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Rufuz was always a chicken when it came to riding in the boat...he cowered below...;-)




What a day that day was,

Didn’t worry ‘bout the marine fuzz,

The boat was registered, my boating license intact,

Damn but I had a great time that day, & that’s a fact…

 

New Jersey behind & to the right,

The Delaware river & state to the left,

That day I could have cruised & cruised,

The sky a beautiful blue, the sun quite bright...

 

Since then I have lost weight,

And of course I have a few less teeth,

But as I said, the motor that day ran great,

The ride was wonderful, though Rufuz did,

In the cabin, cower beneath…

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Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
Well hopefully he didn't get seasick. p
Reviewed by Richard King
Good times leave fond memories. (if you can remember them) Sounds like this one left a good batch of them. Nicely penned Ed. Thanks Dick
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
wonderful day!
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
Sighhh .. memories are so percious just like this one sweet man...Hugsss
Reviewed by E T Waldron
I often think of Rufuz, Ed! This is a fine poem to remember by!
Reviewed by Rose Rideout
Memories are so special Ed.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson
I remember this from before sir...and I hope that this will come your way once again.

Al
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Hey, in our latest thaw, my dogs dug up some very neat old skunk teeth. Want me to send you some??!!
Reviewed by Tom Hyland
CAP'N JOISEY ...

KOOL DUDE ... WAS IT POWERED BY AN ... EVINRUDE? TK...

Reviewed by TONY NERONE
There is no feeling like it a cruise on water. Very nicely written piece, Ed.
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