“It might be written in stone, but as long as you can read it, then totally do!“ Gun Roswell
The silent stones which can tell it all (or at least some of it)
There is hidden wisdom, right there in plain sight, written on the hardest of stones
By those who lived their very lives and have eves since gone beyond the rim forth
Wherever you look, the piles of discarded stones from that past, the words were carved
Perhaps by poor artists starved after having their say, right there, out there, on display
But if you choose to read said writing, and take it to your heart, well, it is really up to you
The choice to follow the perhaps wise words, from those gone before, maybe you should
Because history always keeps on repeating itself, and learning from the past mistakes
Well, you might be better off with the knowledge what did go wrong so long ago
And then apply to your current day life and if you are lucky enough, maybe, you won’t
Be the one to stumble up front, rather the one surviving the bad times and beyond
Just saying there are wise words out there written in stone, so read them, you cannot go wrong!
2 thoughts on “The silent stones which can tell it all (or at least some of it)”
Gun – thank you for the reminder these structures did not just appear, but through the toiling labor of others before. I appreciate the enlightening reflection.
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Thanks for reading!!!
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