Drunaïs by moonlight…

"what have I done now?!"

At about the same time as Marlowe (last post) is contemplating his problems, Dru is somewhere else with problems of her own. I thought it was about time I showed our heroine… Decided to just show a suggestion of the background. I hope you can tell she’s on a ship.

UPDATE: In from Tom – new poem!

It seemed like such a fine idea
to cut the cable, setting free
this ship of fools, like wise Sophia
teaching him a lesson, see!
The deed is done, though now I wonder
if in my haste to steal his thunder
by leaving him marooned alone
I’m not mistaken in my tone?
Perhaps if I’d been less reproaching,
not let his people’s ways be mine–
though in my anger it seemed fine–
I wouldn’t now these doubts be broaching.
Now what’s that bumping on the hull!?
A bear, a duck, a wayward gull?

Copyright (C) 2012 TJ Radcliffe

image (cc) 2012 Hilary Farmer

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4 Responses to “Drunaïs by moonlight…”

  1. I can tell she’s on a ship, and I can also tell she is naked! OMG!

  2. It seemed like such a fine idea
    to cut the cable, setting free
    this ship of fools, like wise Sophia
    teaching him a lesson, see!
    The deed is done, though now I wonder
    if in my haste to steal his thunder
    by leaving him marooned alone
    I’m not mistaken in my tone?
    Perhaps if I’d been less reproaching,
    not let his people’s ways be mine–
    though in my anger it seemed fine–
    I wouldn’t now these doubts be broaching.
    Now what’s that bumping on the hull!?
    A bear, a duck, a wayward gull?

    🙂

    Copyright (C) 2012 TJ Radcliffe

    Kind of a scattered poem but I think she’s in kind of a scattered frame of mind!

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