Why do seashells sound like the ocean?
When you hold a seashell up to your ear, you hear the quiet roar of waves crashing on a distant beach.
As if sounds from the shell’s past environment, are still echoing within it.
Some say it’s the blood rushing through the blood vessels in your ear,
others say it’s the amplified ambient noise from your surroundings.
I like to believe what a wise woman once told me…
She sells seashells by the seashore.
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