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PostSubject: The sea literature   Fri May 08, 2015 11:31 am

The lingo
There is a site for old  sailors, ' sailor's photos'. they tell their stories, tales like a voyage  from London to Rio and the drinking hole there, but- frankly- what difference is between a  sailor and a tourist, the time- the era, and what is so called sea literature. I know it's not a simple recollection from the seaman life  in a seaport and in a drinking house. 
i just know the time in which we now live -not give birth any sea literature nor great or little story - because the raice who occupied  those poop decks of the ocean tramps the folk is gone - never return.

i was sixteen when I joined my first coal burning ocean tramp-  that time there were the crew of 23 aboard -all told, it was much more than - for example on board four masted   sailing ships, How the Condard said : 'The ships are ships- is the men in them'
I would like ask you there could you understand my lingo in this audio story that I want set  to be listen here.
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Betty Fasig
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PostSubject: Re: The sea literature   Fri May 08, 2015 5:41 pm

Dear Harry, Our DK Christi understands the sea .  Her story is unique.  I imagine she will understand your story.  I have read some stories of the sea but I am sure I never understood all that happened.  Love, Betty
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