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Flowing Sheet VI

How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck (1 tied) by Susan Wenger

The wind, running at ten knots, had shifted quarter in the night and now came up out of the south against the current, raising a light chop. H.M.S. Surprise was starting to have to tack as it beat southwards into a breeze that was strangely moist for this part of the world and beginning to form streamers of mist along the wave tops. The sun became more and more a milk-white disc in a featureless, colorless, gradually thickening sky.

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Morning at the Asclepia II (1 tied) by Bruce Trinque

Jack Aubrey stared out at Boston Harbor from his window at the Asclepia hospital. He heard his door open behind him; and in a reflection in the glass, he saw Stephen Maturin. "Stephen, how are you this morning?" Jack cried as he turned, his friend's face nearly shining in rare, evident pleasure.

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Hands Aft To Witness Punishment (3) by Martinus Scriblerus

Davies, do you see those great flightless birds?"
Davies looked auk-ward, nearly capsizing the boat.

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The Black Ships by Tim Elliot

The Blind Midshipman by The Last of the True French Short Bastards

Blown Upon the Lee by John Shepherd

Conversation Over Coffee by Astrid Bear

The Cricket Match by Dave Runyon

Deadfall by Homermeyn

An Elegant Action by Ginger Sheer-White

An Importunate Introduction by Dmitri Reavis

Maturin's Waterloo by Adam Quinan

Morning at the Asclepia I by Bruce Trinque

A Morning Conversation by Diane Coffin

Particles of War by Martinus Scriblerus

Pongo by Horrible Old David

Sand Soup by Jim Muller

Shakespeare by Diane Coffin

Stephen's Mission by Rosemary Davis

Stephen's Revenge by Vanessa Brown

A Surprise in Scotland by Tim Elliot

The Two Doctors by Kieran Geoghegan

This Could Be the Start by Kerry Webb

A Word to Throw at a Dog by Oliver Mundy