Stone Never

A Poem By LoriAnn // 1/24/2009

Stone never,
Stone never,
Stone never forgets.

Stone never forgets
The crushing behemoth’s tread
The crash of the great flood’s waves
The voices of kings long dead

Stone never forgets
Never forgets
The songs of bleeding, weeping exiles
Groaning slaves,
Screaming, dying warriors

Stone never forgets
Never, stone never forgets
Man comes and goes,
Kingdoms rise and die
Creatures are born and grow old
Creation groans in pain and toil

But stone remembers all

Stone never forgets.


wow, that was... great

I can see stones sitting there "witnessing" it all I winder what a stone could tell you. It would probably have a lot of wise things to say.
Are Washintonians the only people who pronounce the word "our" as "are"?

Keri | Mon, 01/26/2009


I wrote this after our family had gone down to our creek - there's alot of rock down there...and it just made me wonder, you know?
"I am a dreamer, take me higher, open the sky up, start a fire...I beleive, even if it's just a dream." -Bethany Dillon

LoriAnn | Fri, 01/30/2009


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