Journey Stone #29


Journey Stone #29  Circle

Straight line bent in constant
curve, where good and bad,
right and wrong,
day and night,
joy and sorrow must hold
same line together. Must compete,
yet complete one another.

Elizabeth Crawford  3/1/11


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4 Responses to Journey Stone #29

  1. Competing and yet completing…..profoundly wise. A big snowy hello from the north to you!!!!


    • 1sojournal says:

      And a wonderful sunshiney Hi, right backatcha! Completion speaks to balance found and affected. There is a need for those opposites or things would always be out of kilter, wouldn’t they? Thanks Sherry,



  2. Yes, sometimes straight lines get bent….but most people will tell you they can’t draw “straight” lines? Straight lines must be scary, draw the line, bend them, slow them down, create boundaries no butterflies can cross. I like this idea, all lines are straight, just a little bent.


    • 1sojournal says:

      Thanks for your thoughts Annell. I’m not one for straight lines, have always preferred curves, cycles, and circles. Straight lines seem to become bars, fences, impassable boundaries.



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