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Question #89185 posted on 03/21/2017 5:36 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Two boats on a shore
One shiny and new
Its courses are certain
And deviations are few
It jumps from harbor to harbor
Never to see anything new.

One battered and worn
Its masts are all cracked
And sails are all torn
It rides out the storm to catch the horizon
Ever to see things that are new.

Two boats on a shore
Which do you choose?

-'Nymless Poetry

A:

Dear you,

So let me get this straight: one ship is in good condition and goes on well-defined, safe trips, while the other is in bad condition and goes who knows where via unknown routes?

Definitely the first one. 

Also, I have a hard time with the idea that there would be nothing to see in multiple harbours. Every area on my mission but one was a harbour city. There was so much to see in each of them that you could visit your whole life and still have new things to see.

Plus, most people live in one or two places their whole lives. Multiple cities sounds great, and since you'd go multiple times, you'd know your way around. 

-Zedability

A:

Dear reader,

Here's some professional poetry that will take your socks off, fold them, and put them in your dresser (also, it's from the movie Moana):

"I've been standing at the edge of the water
'Long as I can remember, never really knowing why
I wish I could be the perfect daughter
But I come back to the water, no matter how hard I try
Every turn I take, every trail I track
Every path I make, every road leads back
To the place I know, where I can not go
Though I long to be
See the line where the sky meets the sea it calls me
And no one knows, how far it goes
If the wind in my sail on the sea stays behind me
One day I'll know, if I go there's just no telling how far I'll go
Oh oh oh, oh, oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh
I know, everybody on this island seems so happy on this island
Everything is by design
I know, everybody on this island has a role on this island
So maybe I can roll with mine
I can lead with pride, I can make us strong
I'll be satisfied if I play along
But the voice inside sings a different song
What is wrong with me?
See the light as it shines on the sea it's blinding
But no one knows, how deep it goes
And it seems like it's calling out to me, so come find me
And let me know, what's beyond that line, will I cross that line?
See the line where the sky meets the sea it calls me
And no one knows, how far it goes
If the wind in my sail on the sea stays behind me
One day I'll know, how far I'll go"
 
If you didn't catch my drift, I'm going to go with the second boat that has torn sails. It suits my lifestyle better.
 
-Sunday Night Banter
 
P.S. Now that was some 'Nymful Poetry