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Mon, 31 Dec 2012, 06:32 PM (-06:00) Creative Commons License

Blue sky. White clouds roll by. Cool breeze blowing off the ocean. Deep blue waters. White waves breaking on black rocks. And oh my gosh, would you believe it? There goes a Hawaiian catamaran under sail. Two yellow hulls kicking up whitecaps. A brown-orange sail full with the wind of the deep blue sea.

Why are you writing about that?

I don’t want you to do anything.

I mean, come on. I know that last spring you had a vacation there and all that. But puffy clouds and breezy breezes and a boat sailing by. Really, what’s the point?

No point. I’m just writing about it, because it was cool. We were out there with the breeze from the ocean in our face. The sky and water were shimmering in these hues of blue I never thought I’d need to describe. And as we’re standing there, this catamaran sails by with the white froth of its wake trailing behind it, with the triangular sail full of the wind. Do what you want with these words, man. You don’t even need to read them, but I tell you, the blue of the sky and the deep blue of the ocean and the bright yellow of the two catamaran hulls was something to behold.

Sheesh. Next thing you know, you’ll be uploading a silly sketch.

That’s a fine idea.


Sorry I mentioned it. And FWI, the sail isn’t brown-orange.


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