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The Crow’s Nest

Ayla has regrets

Photo by Theo Eilertsen Photography on Unsplash

The thing about traveling on the high seas is the abundance of cerulean and indigo views. The only change the sea made was from blue and green and back again. Up where Gwenore had been positioned in the Crow’s nest, she watched as the sea changed colors and monitored the sky for changes in weather. Around dusk, they relieved her position around the time the sky showed shades of pink, yellow, and violet. So…

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