Monthly Archives: September 2014

Be My Rock…or stone

“Be my rock!” A saying used to relate to someone’s support system. Throughout the reading stone is related to being strong, hard, and unable to see inside. Stone can be related as a depiction of humans themselves. Poets were fascinated by … Continue reading

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Stone: A Link between the past, present, and future.

Although stone is not categorized by Macauley as one of the “forgotten four,” it is still responsible for many of the things which we now know about history as well as other subjects. In the closing remarks about this unique … Continue reading

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Stone: Chiseled, Weathered, or Skipped Entirely

What possesses more potential than stone? It fortifies, barricades, and resists, yet it also dulls, erodes, and decorates. It is multifaceted and multipurpose, and it is subtle despite knowing its own magnification of power. Specifically, stone is intriguing because of … Continue reading

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