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A Farewell to Arms
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  • The wind was still blowing outside up the lake and we could see the tops of the whitecaps going away from us and up the lake.
  • The rain stopped and the wind drove the clouds so that the moon shone through and looking back I could see the long dark point of Castagnola and the lake with whitecaps and beyond, the moon on the high snow mountains.

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  • The restaurant has a beautiful ocean view. You can almost always see breaking waves, and distant whitecaps. On a good day, you can see pelicans and whale plumes.
  • …me to sleep as I lay in my bed
    then wake me with a force
    That I soon came to dread.
    Her fables, her lies, her misleading eyes,
    I’d drain her dry
    If I cared enough to.
    I used to love the ocean,
    Everything about her.
    Her coral reefs, her whitecaps, her roaring waves, the
    rocks they lap, her pirate legends and mermaid tails,
    treasures lost and treasures held.
    And ALL
    Of her fish
    In the sea.
    Well, if you’ve ever tried navigating your sailboat
    through her stormy seas, you…
    Colleen Hoover  --  Slammed

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