sea is not generous

April 2, 2009 Azadeh
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sea is generous

everybody says,

full of water, vast and open

but it is not generous

for a thirsty man

looking for a drop of water.


Entry Filed under: lake, my healing

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Tom  |  April 5, 2009 at 8:55 pm

    dear, sea is not generous? I think it is. Look, you can sail on water in a boat and keep moving with the hands of the wind and get to your destination with the least effort! Its wave touches the swimmers and pushes them to the seashore warning them of the danger inherited in making an unguarded appointment with the sea! It does not satisfy the thirst of a thirsty man, but it feeds the birds, fish and see animals and thousands more living creatures even more than those settled on land!
    It has a musical sort of sound always accompanied to it, is not it really awsome! it is cool indeed! It helps you calm down and don’t be a ball of nerves, it is sort of psychologist.
    Sea to me has a unique feature, it is a symbol of power, eternity, generosity, love, hate and all the concepts you may ever think of!
    I enjoyed the lines and waiting to read a revised version if you don’t mind.

  • 2. azadeh  |  April 6, 2009 at 12:19 am

    thanks for your comment, you are completely right, sea is generous but not for a thirsty man, it is my inner feeling, that although it is generous for all others it is not soothing for a thirsty man but trees are more generous, they gave their shadows, fruits ,… freely to any body,
    i don’t know how to revise it for the time being, should you help me i will be appreciative, sea is my love, its sound, its beauty, its calmness, and… but i am angry at her why it is not a healing for a thirsty man.

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