Tuesday, March 15, 2011

pages




 pages 
of stone
this book
i mean this very book
dis-bound
left behind
found.

15 comments:

Marilla said...

I love the tiny little stone pages, Velma! I don't know why, but they make my heart happy.

ronnie said...

wonder-ful

aimee said...

perfection, again! in your hand. what treasure!

DIAN said...

In the midst of so many natural disasters it is good to remember the beauty at our feet (or in our hands). I love those little stones and wonder how old they are.

Lynn said...

So delicate. So strong. Nestled in your hand they become.

neki desu said...

ohhhh! this i can't believe.i think they heal.

kaite said...

and what a tiny but powerful story they could tell if only we could read them. k.

Fiona Dempster said...

perfect pieces...

Velma said...

yes! everyone, you are right, something small holds huge meaning. antidote to bbc world news. a stone book to contemplate.

jude said...

this concept is so grabbing in its permanence.

Storycloth said...

So snug in your palm. Reminds me of smoothed cockle fossils in Australian desert.Love the book concept. Gilly

Velma said...

jude, yes
gilly, i hope to see the australian desert next year. and see fossils there.

Hannah said...

wow, so tiny and so perfect for the woman who loves miniature things.

onesmallstitch said...

those pages have there own language, telling us to look closer.

Velma said...

hannah and jean, it's all about closer and tiny.

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