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1  He looked across the sea and knew how alone he was now.
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2  The hawks, he thought, that come out to sea to meet them.
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3  The sea was very dark and the light made prisms in the water.
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4  Still I would rather be that beast down there in the darkness of the sea.
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5  If there is a hurricane you always see the signs of it in the sky for days ahead, if you are at sea.
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6  But they were the falsest thing in the sea and the old man loved to see the big sea turtles eating them.
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7  There was a small sea rising with the wind coming up from the east and at noon the old man's left hand was uncramped.
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8  Everything about him was old except his eyes and they were the same color as the sea and were cheerful and undefeated.
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9  The brown blotches of the benevolent skin cancer the sun brings from its reflection on the tropic sea were on his cheeks.
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10  It was considered a virtue not to talk unnecessarily at sea and the old man had always considered it so and respected it.
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11  The sun rose thinly from the sea and the old man could see the other boats, low on the water and well in toward the shore, spread out across the current.
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12  But four hours later the fish was still swimming steadily out to sea, towing the skiff, and the old man was still braced solidly with the line across his back.
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13  But there was an added drag now from the easterly breeze and the old man rode gently with the small sea and the hurt of the cord across his back came to him easily and smoothly.
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14  There were other boats from the other beaches going out to sea and the old man heard the dip and push of their oars even though he could not see them now the moon was below the hills.
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15  Then the sun was brighter and the glare came on the water and then, as it rose clear, the flat sea sent it back at his eyes so that it hurt sharply and he rowed without looking into it.
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16  The clouds were building up now for the trade wind and he looked ahead and saw a flight of wild ducks etching themselves against the sky over the water, then blurring, then etching again and he knew no man was ever alone on the sea.
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17  But tonight the smell of the land breeze came very early and he knew it was too early in his dream and went on dreaming to see the white peaks of the Islands rising from the sea and then he dreamed of the different harbours and roadsteads of the Canary Islands.
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