33. Landscape—countryside By The Sea - Poem by Eugene Issaus
After the fog gradually faded, I could see
In about a hundred steps away from me
A quiet estate extending towards the sea
Beyond a long crowded path of trees.
The landscape must be more solemn than usual.
In the mysteries of the cool damp air
The houses stayed awake and waited.
The sea absorbed in deep thoughts.
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