What Diantha Did

One may use the Old Man of the Sea,
      For a partner or patron,
     But helpless and hapless is he
     Who is ridden, inextricably,
      By a fond old mer-matron.

Table of Contents

Chapter I - Handicapped

Chapter II - An Unnatural Daughter

Chapter III - Breakers

Chapter IV - A Crying Need

Chapter V

Chapter VI - The Cynosure

Chapter VII - Heresy and Schism

Chapter VIII

Chapter IX - "Sleeping In"

Chapter X - Union House

Chapter XI - The Power of the Screw

Chapter XII - Like a Banyan Tree

Chapter XIII - All This

Chapter XIV - And Heaven Beside

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