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Given the location, this might be named “not coexisting.” If the banks were littered with formerly sentient beings, it’d be called a beaching. Ghosts . . . certainly lurk in the phragmites.

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First a sailing vessel, a classic ketch possibly.

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then a variation on S. S. Minnow. Might that island have been in the Meadowlands and Mary Ann a Jersey girl . . . Ginger clearly Manhattan?

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Owens? Chriscraft? Signs of torture or just disintegration? Someone’s idea of new places to start artificial reefs?

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Rumor has it there’s a submarine farther upstream: another victim, perp, or coincidence? To be investigated later.

For now, some narratives might be . . . sail then power wood as indicator species of environmental condition? beings like salmon going upstream to mate? Loki‘s comeuppance? Contemporary pirates in the Meadowlands? Illegal disposal?

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