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  • The sea gulls flew away, laughing at the plight of the traveler, but only to call the seafolk for more help.

    The Quaint and Curious Quest of Johnny Longfoot, the Shoe King's Son

  • Remember they are seafolk — wayfarers on the waters of life!


  • This is the way we seafolk shall live out gloomy fall.


  • He said something about it being an ancient relic of two seafolk named Pining Wind and Sudden Rain.


  • Yes, the sad world's work does claim us but utterly wretched the seafolk's craft that makes no way over life, this dream where 'I live' is no word for a bubble of froth on the brine scoop wagon without safe haven for us, the seafolk whose sleeves together with yearning love the heart never lets dry!


  • While we hauled the night brine with seafolk maidens he courted and chose us.


  • Pine Island's Hero Island's seafolk beneath the moon scoop reflections, ah, with keen delight scoop reflections, ah, with keen delight!


  • But from what I've heard, that pine marks a grave: the grave of two seafolk named Pining Wind and Sudden Rain.


  • Yes, on meadow grasses dewdrops in the sun dwindle and vanish but on the pebbled shore sea wrack-raking seafolk cast weeds all a-tangle to shrival, wilting trailing sleeves shrivel, wilting trailing sleeves.


  • We don't want to alarm the seafolk unduly by arriving in one of our own craft.

    Ensign Flandry


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