Tag Archives: erosion

all one thing

we are busy just holding atoms together the stones intent on being stones my body maintaining itself while water gently, slowly makes stone less stone & me less I in currents stroking loss of a little bit of self I … Continue reading

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these trees lean

these trees lean across water that has so slowly stolen and sifted earth from their roots roots hungry and hardened flailing through air half of them, the rest cling to what is left because, rooted and legless they stand where … Continue reading

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Creekwalking

My son rides a stone tortoise half risen and sunning water carved, sun-split, ice etched shell solid in laughing water cold as new rain and carving my feet, also slowly like the stones shaped like turtles but headless I erode … Continue reading

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stones and water

everything here is stone & water; the slow moulding of glacier leavings by centuries of water wearing its path there is life flickering alongside & through this unhurried, subtle grind; evident in fossils & water spiders that skate on surface … Continue reading

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