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Waterpoems – How Our Oceans affect Artists


The Ocean is one of the most inspirational elements for Poets, Singers and Artists

Beyoncé Knowles:

” I’m always happy when I’m surrounded by water, I think I’m a Mermaid or I was a mermaid. The ocean makes me feel really small and it makes me put my whole life into perspective… it humbles you and makes you feel almost like you’ve been baptized. I feel born again when I get out of the ocean.”

Anthony Robbins:

“WE ALL HAVE DREAMS … We all want to believe deep down in our souls that we have a special gift, that we can make a difference, that we can touch others in a special way, and that we can make the world a better place. At one time in our lives, we all had a vision for the quality of life that we desire and deserve. Yet, for many of us, those dreams have become so shrouded in the frustration and routines of daily life that we no longer even make an effort to accomplish them. For far too many, the dream has dissipated – and with it, so has the will to shape our destinies. Many have lost that sense of certainty that creates the winner’s edge.”
We all have a choice every day for your actions.

We all can change every day. Our behaviours. Our actions. Our decisions, what we want to support or not.
We can be activists- or inactivists. Every day.

Hear his great TED talk :


Also Coldplay rolled out  another dreamy song on their album Ghost Stories called OCEANS!

In “Oceans” , Coldplay keep things incredibly light . An acoustic guitar and a steady keyboard beat are the standout instrumental sounds before light orchestral movements roll into the tide in the final minute or so.  This is the  small, relaxing music that Coldplay was known for before expanding its sound on A Rush Of Blood To The Head, and it’s a welcome return to form. It’s sleepy and comforting and straight up pretty in all the right ways, at least on the surface.
Lyrically, Chris Martin focuses on a crumbling relationship, reflecting his recent separation from wife Gwyneth Paltrow. “You’ve got to find yourself alone in this world,” he reflectively sings post-chorus. It’s the exact heartbreaking message that one could expect from a consciously uncoupled singer.

text source: www.musictimes.com

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