Hi.. Mungkin Engkau tak pernah tahu apa yang kutulis disini
Yang kadang tak tereja di tiap syairnya
Yang tak pernah selesai kuuntai untukmu
Dan tak tak pernah lelah kurangkai di tiap aksaranya
Sampai kata yang kupintal menjadikan namamu

Izinkan aku mencintaimu walau dalam goresan pena
Ku ingin mencintaimu layaknya mentari
Bergulir sempurna dari kanan ke kiri
Ku ingin mencintaimu seperti udara
Yang tak terlihat namun bisa kau rasa

Mungkin bagimu rinduku tak kasat mata
Rindu yang tak terbaca tak kau pahami maknanya
Biarkan ku simpan dan kurajut dalam hati

Pada sedikit kisah mu yang pernah kau bagi
Pada sekeping hatimu yang rela kutumbuhi bunga

Namamu yang selalu menggetarkan kepingan hatiku..



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11 Responses to catatan

  1. Peter Andersen Sr 99 says:

    I am from cordova ak born there 1940 , saw a lot of limit boats in my day.
    Anything on the sierra madrie , tern , tiny boy, and other Maid boats.
    Read a lot of your good stuff.

    • admin says:

      Hi Peter: It’s good to hear from you. It would be great if you could get someone to scan any old photos that you have and I could put them up here.

      • jim codling says:

        the wonderland is owned by Kevin Patrick, he put a new wood top house on it this spring, a much different looking boat now

  2. Paul Norem says:

    Great site, thanks. Found this while looking for another boat and wanted to remember the site. I have some pics I can send in.
    Chief engineer

  3. David Clark says:

    Hello! I’m happy to find your site! You will likely enjoy my blog about commercial fishing along the west coast. Also, we have a wealth of commercial fishing videos at

  4. LOVE your work. Would like to collaborate on a future project…
    I’m so happy to see the MEMORIES pictured on your page but the information is incorrect…
    My father, George Ancich bought it from Peterson and fished it until he retired. Then my brother Paul ran it. Since his passing a few years ago, our cousin Chuck Horjes and his partner Mitch Clark own and operate the boat that is still moored at the Ancich Dock in Gig Harbor.
    Thanks for keeping history alive.

  5. Andy Heath says:

    Looking for photos of purse seiner Flying Fish. U.S. registered built in the Twenties. Based out of Tacoma, WA.

    • Bill Kuzmanich says:

      Andy , I have a photo of the flying fish taken in the mid fifties in commencement bay. Get a hold of me and I will get you a copy of it.

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