First Time BY Ujjwal Acharya from NYC(queens) I still remember I was 14, when I first met an ocean. Our family planed to go the Coney Island as to spend time to the family. I remember the heat of the sand and the sun. However, when I took my legs closer to oceans, it numbed… Continue reading First Time
The freedom in the ocean BY Novania Angelica from indonesia The land is our home and the ocean is freedom The sky has united with the ocean in soul and in color. The land is our home, and the oceans are a secret.
Davy Lowston Sea Song Sung by Cecil Sharp Folk Choir London BY Pinny Grylls from London UK Your browser does not support the HTML5 Audio element. This song tells the story of a Ship's Mate David Loweriston and his fellow sealers who were left on an island in Open Bay ( now Jackson Bay) in… Continue reading Davy Lowston Sea Song Sung by Cecil Sharp Folk Choir London
Facing the salt BY Gerardo Rodriguez from Bolivia It was not until I was thirteen years old when I first met her. When I first saw her it was terrifying while also exciting. Her waves were so high and strong that brought me down, but even when I struggle I found pure joy in it.
At the Rockaways BY Ruth from New York In the summer the beach in NYC is a beautiful place to be.
we are all… BY Amy B from Bushwick, NY "We are all the leaves of one tree. We are all the waves of one sea." –Thich Nhat Hanh
الامل / hope BY Hagger/هاجر from Yemen ها انا من الولايات المتحده اوجه رسالتي لبلدي، صبرك يا يمن فكل شي سيكن افضل، من يعلم قد تكون الايام القادمة افضل. الك يا من تقرا الرساله، احب ان تعلم ان لا شئ ياتي بسهل، كل شي له وقته وقد يكون خير او قد يكون شر، فان كان… Continue reading الامل / hope
What's in the ocean? BY Mishell Huerta from Ecuador My thoughts about the ocean are that there are so many things that we have not discovered yet. I am scared to know the truth under the ocean but at the same time I want to know more. I want to feel the water running through… Continue reading What’s in the ocean?
Don't Give Up BY Andrea from United States Life gets hard before it becomes easy, and just like the ocean it doesn't stop moving.
We are portable oceans BY KST