Billions of rocks layered tirelessly upon one another. Some rest dutifully, as though they’ve found their spot in the world for an eon yet to come. Others perfidiously tower over others, vulnerable to toppling thousands of feet down at the rogue step of a mountain goat. All of these rocks are mere ripples on the surface of a vast ocean of rock.
Can you feel the collective power they all hold?
Monolithic conversations reverberate over the steady flow of rushing snowmelt through warm summer days.
Here you can view:
the full moon teetering on a jagged rockface,
wildflowers gleaning towards the sun,
ice sheets drifting,
and all the while,
Time does not exist.
- the Winds, Wyom