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of love and stillness

The house by the sea can keep secrets and take care of promises.

White walls silence the noise of the sea, catch the blowing wind, embrace the seagulls cry and observe an impassioned silence in front of the confusion that love always creates.

The house by the sea watches impassive the making and breaking of waves, the rising and dying of the sun, the ruining of time on things.

We are blind, and so loud. However, the house by the sea looks at us with compassion, while we are caught in the tumult of our comings and goings, and helpless to transform in steady rock the simplest declaration ever.

Honorable Mention at 'The 15th Julia Margaret Cameron Award', in the non professional section, 'Open Call' category

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