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Small Stones

“A small stone is a polished moment of paying proper attention.”

Today I have decided I’m taking part in A River of Stones throughout January.
This involves noticing and writing down (succinctly) one thing every day.

Here’s info about how to write small stones: Writing your own small stones by Fiona Robyn

I did something similar last year. I attempted a Haiku every day for a few months. But, even though I enjoyed that and still love Haiku, I think this will be more fun for me. Haiku come with varying and debatable sets of rules about lines, syllables and imagery which I found a little frustrating and occasionally depersonalising.

Thanks to Fiona and Kaspa for organising this. It’s a superb idea.

Want to join in?

ā€¢ Go to the Welcome page at A River of Stones

ā€¢ Follow @ariverofstones on Twitter

ā€¢ email and ask to be emailed updates

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Looks interesting. I’ll definitely check it out. Thanks for the info. šŸ™‚



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