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"A bright blue lantern and a casement ope, to let the warm love in!  John Keats "To one who has been long in city pent, 'tis very sweet to look into the fair and open face of heaven."  Keats  "Go forth under the open sky and list to Nature's teachings."  William Cullen Bryant  "If I could bestow a gift on each child, it would be a lifelong sense of wonder."  Rachel Carson  "The most effective kind of education is that a child should play amongst lovely things."  Plato
         
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 "Meditation and water are wedded forever." 
Herman Melville
 "I do not count the hours I spend in wandering by the sea."  Emerson  "I shall wear the bottoms of my trousers rolled and walk upon the beach."  T.S. Eliot "A pleasant walk, a pleasant talk, along the briny beach."  Lewis Carroll "Great wide beautiful world, with the wonderful waters round you curled, and the wonderful grass upon your breast-world, you are beautifully dressed."
William Brighty Rands
         
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 "For a man to be a true poet, he must either be in love, or miserable, or both."  Lord Byron  "From morn to noon to dewy eve it fell; a perfect summer's day."  John Milton  "I fetched my sea-borne treasures home."  Ralph Waldo Emerson  "I gaze up to the night's starry domain of heaven and feel the eternal Creator, though I be of but a moment."  Ptolemy  "Let me feel thee again, old sea!  Let me snuff thee up, sea breeze, and whinny in thy spray."  Melville
         
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 "My custom is to undress and sit on the rocks reading Herodotus until I leap from the edge of the rock into this crashing fountain."
Percy Bysshe Shelley
 "Go forth under the open sky and list to Nature's teachings."
William Cullen Bryant
 "In my dreams, I dream of fishing."  Theocritus  "The thoughtful soul to solitude retires."  Robert Fitzgerald  "To one who has been long in city pent, 'tis very sweet to look into the fair and open face of heaven."  Keats
         
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 "Sweet is the breath of the rising morn, with charm of earliest birds."  Milton  "Meditation and water
are wedded forever."
Herman Melville
 "Above was the lofty sky, immeasurably lofty, with clouds creeping quietly over it."  Count Leo Tolstoy  "I love all solitary places where we taste the pleasures of the boundless, as we wish our souls to be." 
Percy Bysshe Shelley
 "...here, at the quiet limit of the world."  Tennyson
         
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 "In my dreams, I dream of fishing."  Theocritus  "...the poet's feverish blood tosses him about and drives him into solitude." 
Mathew Arnold
 "And among these ancient rocks and seas and shores is His peace."  Henry David Thoreau  "In my dreams, I dream of fishing."  Theocritus  
         
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 "I love all solitary places where we taste the pleasures of the boundless, as we wish our souls to be."  Percy Bysshe Shelley  "I do not count the hours I spend in wandering by the sea."  Ralph Waldo Emerson  "I shall wear the bottoms of my trousers rolled and walk upon the beach."  T.S. Eliot  "We often praise the evening clouds and think upon our God, who tinged them with golden glory."  Sir Walter Scott  "And among these ancient rocks and seas and shores is His peace." 
Henry David Thoreau
         
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 "Give me my scallop shell of solitude."  Sir Walter Raleigh  "...the poet's feverish blood tosses him about and drives him into solitude."
Mathew Arnold
 "Gullfriends"  "Let me feel thee again, old sea!  Let me snuff thee up, sea breeze, and whinny in thy spray."  Melville  "Child of cliff and ocean, nursling of the sky; hail to thee, blithe spirit from heaven or near it."  Percy Bysshe Shelley
         
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 "Paint me the bold anfractuous rocks faced by the snarled and crashing seas."  T.S. Eliot  "Now the gulls flew screaming over the sirf and the sea rolled on as it rolled give thousand years ago."  Melville  "Children of cliff and ocean, nurslings of the sky; hail to thee, blithe spirits from heaven or near it."  Shelley "Great wide beautiful world, with the wonderful waters round you curled, and the wonderful grass upon your breast-world, you are beautifully dressed."
William Brighty Rands
 "Go forth under the open sky and list to Nature's teachings."  William Cullen Bryant
         
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 "Heaven's face doth glow."  William Shakespeare  "...the poet's feverish blood tosses him about and drives him into solitude."
Mathew Arnold
 "And among these ancient rocks and seas and shores is His peace." 
Henry David Thoreau
 "A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single mind contemplates it, bearing within it the image of a cathedral."  Antoine de Saint Exupery  "In my dreams, I dream of fishing."  Theocritus
         
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 "The breaking waves dashed high on a stern and rock-bound coast, when a band of exiles moored themselves on a wild New England shore."
Felicia Hemans
 "I have embraced the summer dawn, I have bathed in the poem of the ocean."  Rimbaud  "...the poet's feverish blood tosses him about and drives him into solitude."  Matthew Arnold  "Today, heaven and ocean did alone partake of the sacrament of morning."  Elizabeth Barnett Browning  "Meditation and water are wedded forever." 
Herman Melville
         
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 "I love all solitary places where we taste the pleasures of the boundless, as we wish our souls to be."  Percy Bysshe Shelley  "There are times when solitude is the best society."  John Milton  "The sun is coming down to earth and the waters shout golden shouts."  George Meredith  "Our souls have sight of that immortal sea which brought us hither."  William Wordsworth  "I am a mariner of Odysseus with a heart of fire, and mind ruthlessly clear."
Nikos Kazantzakis
         
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 "To cleave the sea is, to my mind, the joy most apt to transport the heart of man into Paradise."
Nikos Kazantzakis
 "Sailor's Wisdom"  "...the landless gull, that at sunset folds her wings and is rocked to sleep between billows."  Melville  "...here, at the quiet limit of the world."  Tennyson  "Give me my scallop shell of solitude."  Sir Walter Raleigh
         
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 "A bright blue lantern and a casement ope, to let the warm love in!"  John Keats  "Holy Saints, their golden crowns glinting off the glassy sea."  Sir Reginald Heber  "A dinner fit for the gods."
Shakespeare
 "And among these ancient rocks and seas and shores is His peace."  Henry David Thoreau  "I gaze up to the night's starry domain of heaven and feel the eternal Creator, though I be of but a moment."  Ptolemy
         
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 "The cure for many things is salt water; sweat, tears or the sea."  Isak Dinesen  "I shall wear the bottoms of my trousers rolled and walk upon the beach."  T.S. Eliot  "...grateful to the lord of this sublimest sky."  Dante Alighieri  "To be near nature's perfection is to experience the divine."  Xenophon  "Meditation and water are wedded forever."
Herman Melville
         
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 "The spirit must have plenty of sea; enough room to find the truth in."  Herman Melville  "Give me my scallop shell of solitude."  Sir Walter Raleigh      
         
         

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