Stone #20 aros

For A River of Stones: One Daily Observation
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Sometimes
memories are concrete
boulders, stones
that shore up
shifting sands
of inmost
tender places.

Elizabeth Crawford  7/22/11

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10 Responses to Stone #20 aros

  1. Oh I so love this one. I am a big Rock person. Love the image and your words suit it to perfection.

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  2. Susannah says:

    I agree with and echo all Sherry said. I loved this Elizabeth. 🙂

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  3. anl4 says:

    Yes, I love rocks. I consider some rocks my best friends. Often when I am hiking, some rocks “blink” at me, and ask me to carry them, I do, and sometimes I bring them home and add them to other rocks I think they will get along with. It’s hard for them to walk, they have no feet… or they are all feet. They do “shore up shifting sands.”

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  4. Renee Espriu says:

    Certainly some memories can be that way. I use to have lots of walls but find now (perhaps it is age) they no longer have the purpose they once did. Love your imagery on this one, Elizabeth.

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  5. earlybird says:

    and sometimes memories are much less concrete!

    nice images, Elizabeth

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    • 1sojournal says:

      Earlybird, some memories are more than a bit slippery, while others are rough hewn stone. Each one significant for its own purposes. Thanks for stopping by,

      Elizabeth

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