8 thoughts on “rocks form

  1. I really like how you’ve made a break in the usual English phrasing, and drop down to the second line. I always enjoy this kind of ‘double duty” between the first line as a complete thought and reading straight through to the next line. (hope I explained myself clearly!)

  2. Thank you for your comments everyone.

    @Deborah I like to play with phrasings, to shake things up a bit, add a bit of ambiguity, or space for the reader to impose themselves onto and into the words.

  3. I image the sounds of the rushing water that turns sand into rocks, and the crackling fire that turns it into glass … sort of like this poem, there is so much depth in the simplicity of life …

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