I must go down to the sea again, /
Where the billows romp and reel. / So all I ask is a
large ship / That rides on an even keel. / And a mild
breeze and a broad deck / With a slight list to
leeward, / And a clean chair in a snug nook, / And a
nice, kind steward.
Arthur Guiterman: "Sea Chill"
- REESTABLISH (anagram)
- TALKATIVE (anagram)
- UNDER THE TABLE (2 meanings)
- RAZE (homophone)
- GRANDEE (anagram)
- UNWINDS (hidden)
- ILL WILL
- TASKMASTERS (anagram)
- ENCHILADA (anagram)
- MOANED (anagram)
- APOSTROPHE (anagram)
- CAKES AND ALE (anagram)
- LOOSE (Luce homophone)
The title of this work seems to be in
question. Two or three solvers gave it as "Sea Child"
or "Seachild" (which would throw off the final clue
answer, causing it to start with D rather than L).
Because there is the possibility that my source
contained a typo, I have considered all versions to be