Musings about stones and the lives they once had

October 18, 2012

Is it hard to imagine the layers of skin, the dust of bones,  the flesh of a herd of what was once alive and roaming …tilled into the soil …forming part of a crust, of a field …now sunk, now raised, now flooded, then dry, then burning, now covered with snow… a dough of stones and ashes, of dust and boulders awaiting the rain and the roots of the sun to rise again as living stones…

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2 Responses to “Musings about stones and the lives they once had”

  1. Richard said

    So many wonderful things are taken for granted.

  2. exuvia said

    Richard… you were up early this morning… I saw you arrive.

    Most wonders are hardly understood…

    We barely scrape a bit of science… even that escapes the general notion… sometimes its also too exclusive and misses a larger picture… a broad frame of mind.

    Thanks
    Exuvia

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