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after hesitation

I paused,

losing or,

I stopped short,

far from harbor

I shipwrecked,

kindling new fire

with the only or left

–had it been or right, I’d have used it a’sea— 42 more words


18-26/11/14 Arrestado el barco Arctic Sunrise

L’armada espagnole déployée pour protéger le forage de Repsol dans les eaux “contestées” par le Maroc lemag.ma  “para frenar la locura petrolera de Repsol y del Gobierno del PP” 1,725 more words

Vestiges of the Berlin Wall in the Arctic

On June 12, 1987, President Ronald Reagan stood at the Brandenburg Gate, issuing a challenge to Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. “Tear down this wall!” he famously cried. 1,263 more words


The jail bird and the shark

Post Arctic30 there has been a lot of adjusting, accepting and analysing. Hard cold facts which were once few and far between have been provided and reassurances given straight from the mouths of the Arctic30 which we so desperately needed. 412 more words

Post Number 103 - 29 November 2013 - Despite All The Criticism & Cynicism, An Instance Of «Softlaw» That Is Effective

No, I am not talking about some new legal research computer software in writing about “softlaw,” although that is a part of our 21st century new-vocabulary-speak. 811 more words

Three Days Before the Mast

by Karen Topakian

If I were still onboard the Rainbow Warrior III by 8:30 a.m. I wouldn’t be reading a Paul Krugman NYT column. I would have already eaten breakfast and spent the last 30 minutes cleaning up in the mess. 1,914 more words