It was late afternoon, and we had already spent far more time by the seashore than we had expected to. Simply wanting to stay felt reason enough to do so; it was so peaceful - the tide was low, children were wading and observing and playing. Suddenly I wandered into this little haven of a spot, and watched the sailboats come into view in each window and disappear between them, much like when I used to close one eye and then the other as a child when experimenting with my field of view. It seemed like the perfect way to spend the afternoon, watching and waiting as the sailboats glided in and out of view. And with them glided time, but we stood there as if its passing did not matter.
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