Man of War – Excerpt No. 271

Before meeting with the Contessa, there were few instances of Marc’s life where he was genuinely happy. On the other hand, he could rhyme off several notable examples of anguish, anger, and rage.

While generally content, his ship rarely sailed into the light. Instead, he maintained a steady course under a perpetually grey sky. On occasion a gale would veer him off course into the waters harbouring his darker side.

Sailing ship at sea, sailing between sunny waters, and a storm raging on the other side. Setting and clothing appropriate for the 16th century Venice parlour at night.

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