I Love Watching the Roaring Sea

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 171 People


    Refreshing, breath taking scenary. I just love it.
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort
    36-40, F
    10 Responses May 20, 2009

    Yes, Please.

    Every time I see the sea in some greater state of uproar than I have seen before, it just makes me want to see even more. My current personal record is sixteen-foot waves, along the California coast.  Back home in Louisiana, a recent hurricane brought thirty-foot waves, but...
    EBunbury EBunbury
    46-50, M
    8 Responses May 21, 2009

    Watching For Hours...

    The rollers coming in, the build up of muffled roars until they spill their sound onto the shore. From a distance or not from afar, the roaring sea speaks to the heart and frees the soul.
    tgtheartist tgtheartist
    31-35, M
    Apr 14, 2011

    This Reminds Me Of A Song :)

    By my favorite band :) Enjoy the journey... There was a country by the sea, but I cannot say for certain, whether it was part of a lonely isle, or merely some coastal region. A landing-stage of rotten blanks stretched carefully into the waves, and for one moment I did wonder...
    Kittychanel Kittychanel
    41-45, F
    1 Response Aug 25, 2012

    Small And Humble

    I am continually in awe at the majesty of the sea. The commanding roar as the tide beats against the shoreline......a lullabye as it get later........lulling you into a peaceful state. Playful as the foam gets all of over you. Lose yourself in revelry as your toes dig into the...
    DieKatzeSchreibt DieKatzeSchreibt
    3 Responses Jul 4, 2011

    Tennessee Skies

    My first spring in Tennessee I would sit on the pourch in the early evening and look out the moonliit sky and watch the stormy clouds blow through as you feel the warm and cool breezes brush across your skin. Flashes of lighting would brighten the sky and I would count to myself...
    Lovetobebare Lovetobebare
    46-50, M
    2 Responses Mar 16, 2011

    Moderate Sea and Slight Winds

    this description suits me fine, my other half prefers high winds and moderate to rough  seas when we go sailing most week-ends. Scotland is very unpredictable, but the scenery is fantastic, dolphins, seals. we are so lucky.
    jacobite2 jacobite2
    51-55, F
    14 Responses May 20, 2009

    Roaring Sea

    Watching the sea is mezmerizing, it pulls you towards it, calming you, making you feel at peace.  Love watching the swell of the waves as they get higher and higher then crashing down, and running closer and closer to the beach and then slowly falling back towards the ocean...
    tatteredwings tatteredwings
    2 Responses May 12, 2009
More Stories