By the virtues of a mysterious link, the limited and small space of a dead seashell gives resonance to the sound of the ocean. Only when the shell is emptied you can listen the sound of the void through the roaring tides.
Even if a can or a glass can make a similar phenomenon, we all know a big sea shell is better to “house” that poetical mystery.
If a dead shell “speaks” about the ocean in which she lived, because it houses the watery soul, what about our heart that somewhat resembles the shape?
What resonance are you giving?
I am with Calunga. Listen 2 me…
Pwen frwí du Agwé, au coeur dlo