Seashore Quotes

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Dave Pelzer
“I'm so alive.

As I stand facing the beauty of the never-ending Pacific Ocean, a late afternoon breeze blows down from the hills behind. As always, it is a beautiful day. The sun is making its final descent. The magic is about to begin. The skies are ready to burn with brilliance, as it turns from a soft blue to a bright orange. Looking towards the West, I stare in awe at the hypnotic power of the waves. A giant curl begins to take form, then breaks with a thundering clap as it crashes on the shore.”
Dave Pelzer, A Child Called "It"

Munia Khan
“Let my toes teach the shore
how to feel a tranquil life
through the wetness of sands

Let my heart latch the door
of blackness, as all my pain
now blue sky understands”
Munia Khan

Akshay Vasu
“Speaking with her always felt like sitting on a seashore. Hearing the waves and feeling them crashing into my feet, While gazing the setting sun and the way he colours the whole sky. I never got tired of it.”
Akshay Vasu

Henry David Thoreau
“The sea-shore is a sort of neutral ground, a most advantageous point from which to contemplate this world.”
Henry David Thoreau, Cape Cod

Edward O. Wilson
“They travel long distances to stroll along the seashore, for reasons they can't put into words.”
Edward O. Wilson

Akshay Vasu
“She was sitting in a dark room, curled up and her head buried on her knees. His name echoing in her mind, like a thunder over a seashore. She was torn between the happiness brought by the waves, that touched her feet and fear of losing herself in the chaos. created by the sound that shattered her whole world into pieces.”
Akshay Vasu

Akshay Vasu
“The day you forgive your past and close your eyes. You will hear a river flowing inside you again. You will hear that waves of the ocean hitting the seashores of your soul once again. And again the sun will shine, lighting up your darkest nights.”
Akshay Vasu

Akshay Vasu
“Sometimes even a thousand waves hitting the shore continuously one after the other also can't erase few footprints on the seashore.”
Akshay Vasu, The Abandoned Paradise: Unraveling the beauty of untouched thoughts and dreams

Lucy M. Boston
“It's bright pinky-white sand was made entirely of shell dust, like star dust, among which, if you sifted it with your fingers, were infant shells as small as the grains but perfectly shaped. Scattered over the surface were larger shells of many kinds and shapes, some as delicate as flower petals, others, though small, built to withstand any battering sea.”
L.M. Boston, The Sea Egg

Avijeet Das
“The fakirs always throng the sea-shore
To find meaning in the chaos
And then they too become melancholy
Feeling nothing but their naked toes.”
Avijeet Das

Munia Khan
“When the tidal waves wildly behaving
My bare feet on the shore busy saving
The calm warmth leaking out of the sand
To let my heart feel peacefully tanned!”
Munia Khan

Sanhita Baruah
“Someday I will pick up shells of every colour
And probably even rob the sea of its wonder
Yet I won't find a single piece
That'd resemble the broken pieces I gathered years ago
Thinking those grains of sand were whole”
Sanhita Baruah

Jane Urquhart
“If she had been asked to describe him, she would have said that he was the exact spot where the sea touches land, the precise moment of the final reach of the surf. That was the place and time of him. She would forever, then, seek shorelines and beaches.”
Jane Urquhart, Away

Lailah Gifty Akita
“Sand by the seashore is inestimable.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

Lailah Gifty Akita
“The stars are numerous as the sand on the seashore.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

“Babies are the best dancers on the seashore of life.”
ApolloM

Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
“What a world it was! Literally swimming in sunshine, from the sparkling sea in the distance, to the beds of marigolds close by--huge marigolds, double and single, mingled with carnations that filled the air with rich autumnal scent, all the more delicious because we feel it is autumnal, and therefore cannot last.”
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik, An Unsentimental Journey through Cornwall

Avijeet Das
“Some waves will touch your shore; they have come from the sea, carrying messages from me to you. When these waves will reach your shore, you will be astonished at their beauty. They will be soft and sublime.
They will carry music - melodious pieces of songs of the sea. Listen well. Listen deep. They carry magic. Feel it with all your depth.”
Avijeet Das