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Transcending the Ambiguities of the Heart (at sea remix 2011)

Transcending the Ambiguities of the Heart (at sea remix 2011)

Transcending the Ambiguities of the Heart

Prologue from Miles Ahead / Everything But the Girl / From Life and Stolen Innocence by Walter Smith

“Life on the oceans of the world is sustained by the luck of the draw—same as on land. At times it is called, (in recent history) the ‘American Dream’—the need to discover, possess and to be miles ahead.  We find ourselves by looking beyond the impending realization, (everything but the girl) —reaching for it with fervent desperation.  At other times it’s a sighting too late and the course not taken.  Drifting for what seems like the duration of timelessness on the empty sea of lost love.  For centuries man has sailed the seven seas and oceans of the world—in search of…”

He paused, smiled and then continued, “A couple of good stories to tell a young seafarer.”

One response

  1. Yes, and the stories are true… from the heart. I love the mood evoked here. The A dream is an illusion or is it real? I wonder.
    Eliz

    February 27, 2011 at 6:18 am

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