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"Ship's Pilot" - A poem by Gaylen K. Bunker


by Frank Diegel - published on 13 February 2020 627

Screenshot from video, courtesy of Gaylen K. Bunker

A wonderful poem by Gaylen K. Bunker found on YouTube. As read by the author from bis book "Poems".

Sometimes it is good just to stop and enjoy a poem. This poem "Ship's Pilot" is read by the author himself.
A valuable piece about the nature of the pilot.
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