Sea change

Yes, it was on the beach that nightwhen the rising moon looked like distant fireworksand the sand stretched out foreverinto the calm, strong sea, that we first foundthe spiritual guidepost called “anchor of hope.” *

It was tied to a house on the shorekept afloat by a small but seaworthy crew of two—make that three (some dogs are more than just pets)—and these three, weathered and seasoned by outfacing storms,unfazed by either dazzling sun or starless night,were kept on course by a moral compass,not the kind you pick up and throw awaybut one handed down and on and over againlike a family heirloom, only much more valuable,much more practical, both inherited and earned.

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