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After a torrential rain. Acadia and her -- James Patterson
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I love the sea as much as I love the veldt of Africa. -- Wilbur Smith
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London, dirty little pool of life -- Behramji Malabari
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We left New York drunk and early on the morning of February second. After fifteen days on the water and six on the boat we finally arrived on the shores of Africa. -- Groucho Marx
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Yes, I guess I am bi-coastal. -- Tea Leoni
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I'm a big yachting fan. -- David Cunliffe
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I was born in New York and raised in South Florida, so I'm an East Coast girl. -- Cassie Scerbo
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The long horizon, the lunging, clotted sea like a swinging door opening, closing, opening. -- Annie Proulx
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I'm a homebody, as many writers are, and need to be by myself, and I like to be by the Atlantic Ocean. -- William Monahan
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On life's vast ocean diversely we sail. Reasons the card, but passion the gale. -- Alexander Pope
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A wood that smells of the sea. -- Nina George
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To the west, the Pacific Ocean, which revulses me, for its vastness cannot be fitted into any box. -- Joyce Carol Oates
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Blissful Islands -- Friedrich Nietzsche
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Ocean is more ancient than the mountains, and freighted with the memories and the dreams of Time. -- H.p. Lovecraft
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Just as the sea is an open and ever flowing reality, so should our oceanic identity transcend all forms of insularity, to become one that is openly searching, inventive, and welcoming. -- Epeli Hau'ofa
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My affection hath an unknown bottom, like the Bay of Portugal. -- William Shakespeare
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A very sea of thought; neither calm nor clear, if you will, yet wherein the toughest pearl-diver may dive to his utmost depth, and return not only with sea-wreck but with true orients. -- Thomas Carlyle
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The frozen ocean ... of Boston life. -- Julia Ward Howe
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The sea has testified that Africa and Europe have kissed -- Miguel El Portugues
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Seagulls ... slim yachts of the element. -- Robinson Jeffers
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A pirate spreading misery and ruin over the face of the ocean -- Thomas Jefferson
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In Morocco, it's possible to see the Atlantic and the Mediterranean at the same time. -- Tahar Ben Jelloun
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...a dark
Illimitable ocean, without bound,
Without dimension; where length, breadth, and height,
And time, and place are lost; -- John Milton
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The ocean ... cold and wild the surf, rushing in to overwhelm
the beach, the wind, stinging my cheeks, enveloping me
in total freedom. -- Scott Holman
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England, bound in with the triumphant sea,
Whose rocky shore beats back the envious siege
Of watery Neptune. -- William Shakespeare
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From the sea, to the sea. -- Maggie Stiefvater
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Ocean is my potion, I need vitamin sea ... -- Mishka
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Thus, gentlemen, though an inlander, Steelkilt was wild-ocean born, and wild-ocean nurtured; as much of an audacious mariner as any. -- Herman Melville
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Sundown. The distressed sloop, its mainmast shattered by lightning, its sails ripped by the winds of the open sea, drifted into the small, quiet beach of a private island in the Lesser Antilles -- Robert Ludlum
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I live a bi-coastal and sometimes tri-coastal life. -- Bryan Batt
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As a New Yorker, I'm someone who lives on an island and looks across to America. -- Laurie Anderson
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travelling the world and the seven seas -- Jeanette Winterson
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The thought of what America would be like
If the Classics had a wide circulation
Troubles my sleep (Cantico del Sole) -- Ezra Pound
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The ocean talks to you. Especially at night. Whispering voices that never let up, not even when you sleep. -- Matt De La Pena
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Ocean: The endless part of yourself you never knew but always suspected was there.
-Madeline (Madeline's Dictionary) -- Nicola Yoon
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The cloudlets are lazily sailing O'er the blue Atlantic sea; And mid the twilight there hovers A shadowy figure o'er me ... -- Heinrich Heine
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The seas are the heart's blood of the earth. -- Henry Beston
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All deep, earnest thinking is but the intrepid effort of the soul to keep the open independence of her sea -- Herman Melville
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Part geographical, part political, part cultural, Latin America overspills its bounds: is Belize Latin America? Quebec? Miami? Lavapies, Madrid? The Gaucho Grill, Manchester? -- Jon Beasley-Murray
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The waves wash in, warm and salty,
leaving your eyebrows white and
the edge of your cheekbone. Your ear
aches. You are lonely. On the
underside of a satin leaf, hot
with shade, a scorpion sleeps. And
one Sunday I will be shot brushing
my teeth. I am a native of this island. -- Frank O'hara
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When people who love the ocean come together, they can achieve extraordinary things. -- Frances Beinecke
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If there is any sea as blue as the Caribbean I have never beheld it, and when it is seen at twilight, it is most spectacular, but then you will hear more of this later, for I have had much time to contemplate the color of this sea. On -- Anne Rice
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British. My mother -- A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
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The things my brother and I don't say could pave over the Atlantic Ocean. -- Lyndsay Faye
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Cadence, n.
I have never lived anywhere but New York or New England, but there are times when I'm talking to you and I hit a Southern vowel, or a word gets caught in a Suthern truncation, and I know it's because I'm swimming in your cadences, that you penetrate my very language. -- David Levithan
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A wild dedication of yourselves
To undiscovered waters, undreamed shores. -- William Shakespeare
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For pure joy, I look at a small painting by Arbit Blatas. An ocean liner is at the center of the composition, perhaps ready to depart. It holds the promise of discovery. -- Antonio Damasio
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A pleasantly situated hotel close to the sea, and chalets by the water's edge where one breakfasted. Clientele well-to-do, and although I count myself no snob I cannot abide paper bags and orange peel. ("Not After Midnight") -- Daphne Du Maurier
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Those who did not know the ocean well forgot its solidity, its brutality. -- Robert Galbraith
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The sea is my business. -- Michael Mullen
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With no other choices open to us, we'd turned our gaze seaward. The oceans were our America: they reached farther than any prairie, untamed as on the first day of creation. Nobody owned them. -- Carsten Jensen
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I like the sea: we understand one another. It is always yearning, sighing for something it cannot have; and so am I. -- Greta Garbo
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Spain: A whale stranded upon the coast of Europe. -- Edmund Burke
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The ocean is a beast. A beast that doesn't care if it chews you up or swallows you whole. A beast you cannot beat - you can only dance with it until the time comes when it kills you. It will never lose, -- Alessandra Torre
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Ocean, Ocean I'll beat you in the end. -- Ken Kesey
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The Mediterranean is in my DNA. I'm fine inland for about a week, but then I yearn for a limitless view of the sea, for the colours and smells of the Italian and French Riviera. -- Alain Ducasse
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For all at last return to the sea- to Oceanus, the ocean river, like the ever-flowing stream of time, the beginning and the end. -- Rachel Carson
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You are now
In London, that great sea, whose ebb and flow
At once is deaf and loud, and on the shore
Vomits its wrecks, and still howls on for more.
Yet in its depth what treasures! -- Percy Bysshe Shelley
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In Lisbon, a street cry gloated over the Spanish defeat: Which ships got home? The ones the English missed. And where are the rest? The waves will tell you. What happened to them? It is said they are lost. Do we know their names? They know them in London. Oh, -- Margaret George
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The sea is as near as we come to another world. -- Anne Stevenson
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The golden west between its softly dark shores. The sea moaned eerily on the sand-bar, sorrowful even in spring, but a sly, jovial wind -- L.m. Montgomery
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"Abroad," that large home of ruined reputations. -- George Eliot
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Northern San Diego. The white stucco walls rose, interrupted by huge windows. The whole structure nearly floated off the pavement, sleek, modern, and somehow light, almost delicate. The salt-spiced wind blowing from the coast less than a mile away only strengthened the illusion. He'd -- Ilona Andrews
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The feeling of freedom and scent of sea air are intoxicating. As the wind picks up, I gain speed, holding on to life with a capital L -- Laurie Nadel
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The ocean, whose essence is fluid and unresisting, is more prison than the staunchest bricks or iron bars. -- Eli Brown
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Park hill staten island seal, rock the reel to reel we high hills deep -- Cappadonna
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Blue, green, grey, white, or black; smooth, ruffled, or mountainous; that ocean is not silent. -- H.p. Lovecraft
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Ocean?""Yeah baby." "Please don't leave me like everyone else, don't let me drown Ocean." "I hugged her tighter. "Livie I won't let you drown. If you drown, I drown baby." I held onto her and closed my eyes, and silently cried myself to sleep. *Ocean Hawthorne* -- Mel D
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Canada, or as i call them, America Light. -- Christian Finnegan
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of ocean, around the North Pole there is an ocean surrounded by a near-unbroken -- Robert D. Kaplan
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The Ocean's Heart too Smooth - too Blue -
To break for you. -- Emily Dickinson
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A single glance at the map will make the reader acquainted with the position of the eastern coast of the island of Great Britain, as connected with the shores of the opposite continent. -- James F. Cooper
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The oceans are full of surprises! -- Louis P Kicha
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The ocean is a place of skin, rich outer membranes hiding thick juicy insides, laden with the soup of being. -- Vera Nazarian
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To-morrow we embark upon the boundless sea. -- Homer
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The ocean exerts an inexorable pull over sea people wherever they are-in a bright-lit, inland city or the dead center of a desert-and when they feel the tug there is no choice but somehow to reach it and stand at its immense, earth-dissolving edge, straightaway calmed. -- Anuradha Roy
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I live between Jamaica and Paris. -- Jimmy Cliff
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That strange blend of the commercial traveller, the missionary and the barbarian conqueror, which was the American abroad. -- Olaf Stapledon
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The sea has been called deceitful and treacherous, but there lies in this trait only the character of a great natural power, which, to speak according to our own feelings, renews its strength, and, without reference to joy or sorrow, follows eternal laws which are imposed by a higher Power. -- Wilhelm Von Humboldt
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The waves of the Pacific slap the sand between my toes and off in the distance the setting sun coaxes a million diamond-fish to pierce the ocean's surface, stand on their tails, and shimmy. -- Logan Ryan Smith
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The ocean, its remorseless, lonely conversation with itself -- Hanya Yanagihara
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Your mind and you are our Sargasso Sea. -- Ezra Pound
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The sea, the snotgreen sea, the scrotumtightening sea. -- James Joyce
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Now I wanted to show you such a beach
Would set inside your head another jewel,
And lift you like the gentlest electric shock
Into an altogether other England--
An Avalon for which I had the wavelength,
Deep inside my head a little crystal. -- Ted Hughes
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XIX. An Opinion XX. A Plea XXI. Echoing Footsteps XXII. The Sea Still -- Charles Dickens
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I'm a one-hundred-percent, made-in-Florida, dope-smugglin', time-sharin', spring-breakin', log-flumin', double-occupancy discount vacation. I'm a tall glass of orange juice and a day without sunshine. I'm the wind in your sails, the sun on your burn and the moon over Miami. I am the native. -- Tim Dorsey
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The ocean, under the pulsation of lighthouses and noise of bell
advances as usual, looking as if it were not that ocean in which
dropped things are bound to sink
in which if they turn and twist, it is neither with volition nor
consciousness. -- Marianne Moore
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Roll on, deep and dark blue ocean, roll. Ten thousand fleets sweep over thee in vain. Man marks the earth with ruin, but his control stops with the shore. -- Lord Byron
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I'm so much more of an East Coast girl than a West Coast girl. -- Lexa Doig
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I am still playing 'Words With Friends,' but on Virgin Atlantic. -- Alec Baldwin
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The wildest ride in modern crime novel exoticum. A novel so steeped in milieu that it feels as if you've blasted to mars in the grip of a demon who won't let you go. Read this book, savor the language-it's the last-and the most compelling word in thrillers. -- James Ellroy
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Swells, Marina? we ocean, depths, Marina? we sky! -- Rainer Maria Rilke
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Novelist-Citizen of Two Countries Interpreter of his Generation on both Sides of the Sea. -- Henry James
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Atalanta in Calydon -- F Scott Fitzgerald
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No words can describe the personal liberation that heading seaward bestows upon me. In this aquatic realm, no man or woman is subject to the petty decrees of social bureaucracy. -- Paul Watson
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The Graveyard of the Atlantic exhibit reflects the aquarium's proximity to the state's Outer Banks, where thousands of ships have run aground over the centuries. Divers in the exhibit carry on a conversation with visitors outside the tank. -- John Grant
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Don't try to describe the ocean if you've never seen it. -- Jimmy Buffett
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The wind's in the east ... I am always conscious of an uncomfortable sensation now and then when the wind is blowing in the east. -- Charles Dickens
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I grew up sailing in the North Sea. -- Laura Dekker
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Let us suppose, that the Old and New worlds were formerly but one continent, and that, by a violent earthquake, the ancient Atalantis [sic] of Plato was sunk ... The sea would necessarily rush in from all quarters, and form what is now called the Atlantic ocean. -- Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte De Buffon