D.H. Lawrence: The Rainbow

09 October 2019


... and she went to meet the advance of the flashing, buoyant water. She gave her breast to the moon, her belly to the flashing, heaving water… She stood on the edge of the water, at the edge of the solid, flashing body of the sea, and the wave rushed over her feet. ‘I want to go,’ she cried, in a strong, dominant voice. ‘I want to go.’ […] He saw the froth of the wave followed by the hard, bright water swirl over her feet and her ankles, she swung out her arms, to balance, he expected every moment to see her walk into the sea, dressed as she was, and be carried swimming out.

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