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Can’t Wait for Summer Blues

Can’t Wait for Summer Blues

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WHERE IS MY FAMILY? I’M WRAPPED UP OH SOOO TIGHT; AGAINST THE STORMS OF WINTER WHERE’S THE MUSIC, AND THE LIGHT? I MISS THE PITTER-PATTER GALLEY-FEET RUMAGING THROUGH MY STORES MY CABIN FULL OF LAUGHTER NEW PUPPY MISS-STEPS AND SEA-PAWS THE PUPPY’S VERY YOUNG YOU KNOW HIS BLADDER SOMETIMES RUNS SHORT SOMETIMES A LOT DID […]

A Father’s Day Tapestry

A Father’s Day Tapestry

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Sea-Fairers

Sea-Fairers

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Readers share photos of the women they love:

A QUIET HARBOR

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MY FAMILY CAME TO CHECK ON ME WITH THE PROMISE OF SPRING SONGS YET SNOW FALLS ACROSS MY BOW AS WINTER HUMS ALONG MEASURING FOR NEW CANVAS AND CHECKING THE GALLEY (BARE) THEY SPEAK OF SUN AND WARMER DAYS NEW TRIPS SOON IN THE AIR SNOW FALL IS A FADING MEMORY DAYS ARE GROWING LONG […]

November Has A Message

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OCTOBER NUDGES NOVEMBER IN A GENTLE WAY WAKE UP NOVEMBER! FALL IS HERE! YOU ARE ON DISPLAY! THE BEAVER MOON IS ON THE WANE IT WILL SOON BE OUT OF SIGHT SEQUESTERED IN THE QUIET OF NOVEMBER’S STAR-FILLED NIGHT AN ARTIST, SHE SCATTERS COLORS FINGER PAINTING ALL AROUND OUR BAYS IN EMERALD GREEN AND AMBERS […]

Early Winter 2011 Featured Writer

Early Winter 2011 Featured Writer

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Aleta (Lee ) Labiento PhD teaches Global Health Issues, as well as Chronic and Communicable Disease at Hoftsra University. Of her inspiration to write poetry, Dr. Labiento says: “Just jotting down the visuals that create our beautiful Great South Bay becomes a poem; bringing more depth to my happy life on Long Island.”

Emily Greets September

Emily Greets September

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SEPTEMBER SMILES IN FLOWERS COLORS SO VIBRANT AND BRIGHT EMILY SEES SEPTEMBER AS A SEASON OF SHEER DELIGHT IN PINKS, PURPLES, AND FUCHSIA EMILY BEGINS TO WEAVE HER WORLD HER PLAN INCLUDES ALL FLOWERS AND ANIMALS KNOWN TO A FIVE-YEAR-OLD GIRL EMILY BREATHES IN COLOR SINGING IN A THREE- DIMENSIONAL SWIRL CAPTURING THOSE AROUND HER […]

Poem: A SONNET TO OUR SOLDIERS

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HEATHER-RIMMED CLOUDS PRE-DAWN MIRAGES IN SOFT PEACH AND ANISE AS OUR NATION AWAKES THE PROMISE OF WEATHER BEFITTING THIS DAY MUSIC LIKE WIND CHIMES PLAY LIKE A BAND FLAGS UNFURL ACROSS OUR BEAUTIFUL LAND MEMORIES COME IN LIKE THE TIDE AND THE SEA PICNICS AND RAFT UPS FAMILY IN SCENES ONE MEMORY SWELLS TIMELESS TUNNELS […]

Father’s Day Delight and Story

Father’s Day Delight and Story

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  We all have the stories of that great fish that got away. The reasons are always different, but in the end, it’s always the same—the big one got away. One hot July, my dad, Terry Wolf, was determined not to let this common travesty happen to him. Not this time. It all started when […]

Poem

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A SEASON ADORED A SEASON ADORED WE GET OUR BOATS READY IN THE BEAUTIFUL MONTH OF MAY EASY IN MIND TO PLAN AND TO FIND TREASURES TIMELESS AS WATER TO JUST STOW AWAY IN THOUSANDS OF BACK-BAYS THROUGH STRONG WINDS AND BRIGHT SUNNY DAYS YOU SHORE UP OUR MEMORIES LIKE FOOTPRINTS IN A TIME-TUNNEL YOU […]

APRIL’S VERY SUNNY DAYS

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WEATHERED HUES ON LANDSCAPES FRIGID SNOWY DAYS ICY OFF-SHORE VISITORS IN WONDERLAND DISPLAYS ROW BOATS ON LANDINGS SEAGRASS IS IN THE WAY MARCH WINDS BLEW IN A VERY SUNNY APRIL DAY UNFOLD THE WRAP SO WEATHERED, AND SO FRAYED WE COULD NOT GET NEAR OUR BOATS ON WINTER’S COLD GRAY DAYS BOATERS THROWN WAY OFF-KEEL […]

MARITINE’S NIGHT JOURNEY

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THE MARITINE HEADS OUT TO SEA LEAVING MUNDANE LAND & LIFE FOR SOMEONE ELSE TO OVERSEE PATCHES OF CLOUDS MOVE SOFTLY IN FLIGHT THE MOON SHINES THROUGH ON A GLORIOUS NIGHT MILLIONS OF SHARDS BURST INTO LIGHT WATER AND MOONBEAMS THEIR DRIPPINGS A SHEEN ONTO HULLS OF VESSELS KISSING THE SEA THE SAILOR STANDS QUIET […]

SEPTEMBER, A SERAPHIC JEWEL

SEPTEMBER, A SERAPHIC JEWEL

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SUMMERTIME…AND THE READING IS EASY

SUMMERTIME…AND THE READING IS EASY

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There’s a special summertime deliciousness in laying on the deck of the boat, holding an icy beverage in one hand and an engrossing book in the other. Sipping and savoring, you feel your tensions slip away as you turn the pages, riveted by the unfolding story. Suddenly you glance at your watch and realize: hours have passed in the company of captivating characters!

THE WEATHER’S JUST RIGHT ON FATHER’S DAY & FATHER’S DAY TRIBUTE

THE WEATHER’S JUST RIGHT ON FATHER’S DAY & FATHER’S DAY TRIBUTE

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IT’S FATHERS DAY & THE WEATHER’S BRIGHT

LOAD THE SHOVELS AND PAILS

MOTHER'S DAY BASKETS

MOTHER'S DAY BASKETS

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SEA STORIES AND SEA AIR

IN SOLE-STARBOARD-LIGHT

LAUGHTER IN THE CABIN

A CHILD’S DELIGHT

Can’t Wait For Summer Blues

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WHERE IS MY FAMILY? I’M WRAPPED UP OH SOOO TIGHT; AGAINST THE STORMS OF WINTER WHERE’S THE MUSIC, AND THE LIGHT? I MISS THE PITTER-PATTER GALLEY-FEET RUMAGING THROUGH MY STORES MY CABIN FULL OF LAUGHTER NEW PUPPY MISS-STEPS AND SEA-PAWS THE PUPPY’S VERY YOUNG YOU KNOW HIS BLADDER SOMETIMES RUNS SHORT SOMETIMES A LOT DID […]

Winter’s Full Dress Code Hemlock Cove

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Winter’s Full Dress Code Hemlock Cove.
Winter, 2010
Long Island Yacht Club
Babylon Village

By Lee Labiento

September Song

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September Song

The Puppy That Hops, Skips and Jumps

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‘The Puppy That Hops, Skips and Jumps’ – by Lee Labiento – Long Island Yacht Club , Babylon Village, New York, Summer 2007