7 responses to “Oceanic Complications”

  1. Nance

    11. From a boat, the sea is actually about the sky.

    12. Below the surface, we do not think of it as “sea” at all. The idea is irrelevant.

  2. Jayne

    That video near lulled me to sleep–so peaceful, relaxing, like a good yoga class. Whiskey’s adaptation is smart, and Oliver’s observations perfect as always. But then Capuzzo brilliance, and the absurdly hilarious Sweeney Todd?!
    You are the wind here, John, blowing ripples in the water, forming a wave, pushing it along toward the shoreline where it enlarges, becomes more serious, until finally, it crescendos and releases all its inhibitions, splattering foamy spray in the faces of its giggling and adoring fans. πŸ™‚

  3. marta

    Yesterday when I was exhausted and stuck for the day’s story, I read this post of yours and it gave me a story–the bit about the ocean. Well, I suppose you’ll see for yourself.

    So thank you! I needed an idea.

  4. Jayne

    @John – Ha! Dr. Freud is never very far away. And it was green tea Saturday evening. (Maybe I should have had that glass of white.) πŸ˜‰

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