We're all children of the same country.
Samia explained in the second chapter to us how is the life during the war for children, for families. She said the war takes away from her life the sea, even if she was born near to it. The war didn’t take away from her the games with siblings, with friends, the school, but most important to her, the war didn’t takes away from her the desire to run.
Running is my sea.
Even this chapter is ending with the desire of peace and freedom, this time through the singing voice of a Samia’s sister, Hodan. At the end, there is a comparison whilst the gaze of Ahmed towards to the moon and the singing voice of Hodan, hoping of a future of peace and freedom.