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steamship heading East, it carries a siren. Beware of rowboats with one oar.
Beware the bewiskered and bewigged. Beware wearing striped pants with checkered
shirts. Beware the reception of ships with no crew. Beware the
dockmaster; he is an anchorite. Best to be under a barrel than over a barrel.
Beware a ragged mainsail. Beware mountain peaks in the distance.
Beware the iron rung on the dock, for it stays boats without a rope. Beware thinking
I may not be soothfast. Beware the old woman at the docks. Beware, beware with
every step beware.
Jennifer Jepsen - DePaul University