Sea Prayer

Registered by ETMadrid of Rotherhithe, Greater London United Kingdom on 2/18/2021
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3 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by ETMadrid from Rotherhithe, Greater London United Kingdom on Thursday, February 18, 2021
This is a heartbreaking letter imagined by its author, and inspired by the tragic image of the body of the young refugee on a beach in Greece, evoking so many others lost in the waves. It is presented like a children's book, yet the contents is too sad really for that... Certainly it is thought-provoking. The book is beautifully presented with lovely watercolours by Dan Williams, and when you buy new, the publisher gives a pound to the United Nations Refugee Agency.

I really love it, and it would be tempting to keep it, but I think this book is one that should travel.

I'm pretty sure that I found this in my local charity shop on Albion Street, before we we were all locked down...

Released 4 mos ago (5/9/2022 UTC) at Cumberland Wharf 🏢 in Rotherhithe, Greater London United Kingdom

WILD RELEASE NOTES:

I have left this on the statue commemorating the voyage on the Mayflower ship. The separatists, aka pilgrims, were also refugees of a sort, having been persecuted for practicing their religion.

Journal Entry 3 by LongJohnLawson at Bermondsey, Greater London United Kingdom on Monday, May 9, 2022
Picked off a statue, loved reading it :) shall take sailing with me, will make another entry when I find a good place to drop it off!

Journal Entry 4 by LongJohnLawson at Stockholm in Centralstationen, Stockholm Sweden on Sunday, August 14, 2022

Released 1 mo ago (8/14/2022 UTC) at Stockholm in Centralstationen, Stockholm Sweden

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good friend :) good luck!

Journal Entry 5 by wingAnonymousFinderwing at Centralstationen, Stockholm Sweden on Monday, August 15, 2022
I found the book at the Stockholm train station, took it for a journey through Old Town and at a café had a great reading experience invoking lots of compassion, and then I took it back and left it where I found it. I added two bookmarks to it that I got from a jaunty fellow who bouncing around on black cowboy boots played a mysterious willow flute.

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