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A wave from the sea develops an attraction for a man, detaches itself from the sea and follows him. In the spirit of the poem, the wave assumes the persona of a woman. Despite the protests of family and friends and the man's attempt to dissuade her, she wants to be with the man. The man hides the wave in a water tank in the train and tries to stop people from drinking water from the tank. One lady persists in drinking the water, and when she finds the water to be salty, the man is accused of having put salt in the water tank. The accusations multiply until he is accused of trying to poison the children. He is arrested, taken to jail, and judged, but he is eventually released because the water harmed nobody. When he returns home, the...

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