Jean Grave, “Free-Land” (1908)




The sky was black, with large copper spots that made the shadow darker around them; the rain fell thick and tight, the waves rose high, furious, falling with a crash; the wind blew with rage; the sea offered the terrible vision of the conflict of unleashed elements.


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