An alluring, yet sad, story written in a simple and smooth style that inspires the children to emphatically deal with grief. Sorrow is not the ground of outrage or despair; however it should be an inducement to accomplishment and achievement of a better life.
The summer has started, and the beach is ready and yearns for the laughter of its friends, the children. The small wave, the sand, the seagull bird and the fish searched for their friend Marwa, whom they meet at the same time every year. The wind flew all over searching for her; it found her sitting at the beach with her eyes glued to the cellphone in her hands, her fingers hovering on its buttons, and her ears, deaf to the squeaks of the seagull, fully immersed in its recorded tunes.