amazing nature reflection landscapes: a stone alone

dearest odyssians,

we are calling this post, a stone alone.

sometimes we feel like this. solid rock and mass amongst the moving currents of an ever-changing/fleeting world just beyond grasp.  an island. with a few living trees atop. and some brush. our edges slowly crumbling away with each breath of air. each lap of wave.  and we feel sad. and we feel alone.  but we’ve made ourselves as such. why?

in what ways have you become a beautiful island amongst constant change? in what ways have you done this as a point of self preservation and realization. in what ways was this the only way to survive in a mad mad world.

cannot we ourselves be our only true constant?

dont be sad. just remember that this is a part of reflection…..

hugs, with odies small arms with tufts of short white fur about you. hugs with odie mamas lithe honey colored limbs of the female human form about you as well.

O and OM.

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6 thoughts on “amazing nature reflection landscapes: a stone alone

  1. hey rum drinking twins, lovely post as always

    yes, sometimes Paul Simon’s ” A Rock” describes my moods.

    An email from you and Odie might lift my spirits though. Dex is also pestering my about the band cover pics layout. I slyly distracted him with some canned delights, for now that is………

    • we feel so guilty at having not mailed you and dex yet. yet its true, weve been ensconced in a strange mood and the screenplay when we aren’t estranged. also we tried to get odie grandma to paint the downstairs of the house today. so much hair pulling to get her up off the damn couch for her own benefit i felt like i was drained of color life blood and peace.
      not a great letter writing mood i say.
      ill check out simons rock.
      in the meanwhile, please keep yourself and dexy distractedly happy until we pull ourselves up from the murky brine of exhaustion that shackles us…
      namaste, O and OM

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