Angel Island by P-1stWorld

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From the book:It was the morning after the shipwreck. The five men still lay where they had slept. A long time had passed since anybody had spoken. A long time had passed since anybody had moved. Indeed, it, looked almost as if they would never speak or move again. So bruised and bloodless of skin were they, so bleak and sharp of feature, so stark and hollow of eye, so rigid and moveless of limb that they might have been corpses. Mentally, too, they were almost moribund. They stared vacantly, straight out to sea. They stared with the unwinking fixedness of those whose gaze is caught in hypnotic trance.

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									Angel Island
Author: Inez Haynes Gillmore
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From the book:
It was the morning after the shipwreck. The five men still lay where they had slept. A long time had
passed since anybody had spoken. A long time had passed since anybody had moved. Indeed, it, looked
almost as if they would never speak or move again. So bruised and bloodless of skin were they, so bleak
and sharp of feature, so stark and hollow of eye, so rigid and moveless of limb that they might have been
corpses. Mentally, too, they were almost moribund. They stared vacantly, straight out to sea. They
stared with the unwinking fixedness of those whose gaze is caught in hypnotic trance.
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It was the morning after the shipwreck. The five men still lay where they had slept. A long time had
passed since anybody had spoken. A long time had passed since anybody had moved. Indeed, it, looked
almost as if they would never speak or move again. So bruised and bloodless of skin were they, so bleak
and sharp of feature, so stark and hollow of eye, so rigid and moveless of limb that they might have been
corpses. Mentally, too, they were almost moribund. They stared vacantly, straight out to sea. They
stared with the unwinking fixedness of those whose gaze is caught in hypnotic trance.

								
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