Present

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Someone left a stone at Roxaboxen Park, Yuma, Arizona. (Read why people leave stones at Roxaboxen.)
 


tiny painted stone
present in the children’s park—
gravel speaks in tongues

 
Text and photo © 2014 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on May 12, 2014, in 5-7-5, Arizona, Blue Monday, Haiku Horizons, I Heart Macro, Macro Monday 2, Roxaboxen Park, Ruby Tuesday Too, Shine the Divine, Yuma and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 26 Comments.

  1. Wonderful! Who will do the interpretation? :-)

  2. Thanks for sharing double blue today.

    Have a Happy Blue Monday!

  3. A lot of people leave different things at certain locations. Just a simple marker left behind. Thank so you much for the lovely get well card. I appreciated it very much.

    • magicalmysticalteacher

      I’m so happy to see that you’re back at blogging, LaVoice! Glad you’re feeling better!

      On Mon, May 12, 2014 at 6:45 AM, Magical Mystical Teacher wrote:

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  4. I love the gravel speaking in tongues!

  5. What a neat tradition and interesting story – Roxaboxen! Perhaps I’ll have to send them a fantastic, extra-neat rock for their imagination time. Love the idea of gravel speaking in tongues.

  6. The gray gravel is so monochromatic that it can bore to tears. So, the monotony is now broken, a stylish ruby splash on a bigger rock enlives the park. Never too much red in my eyes!

  7. once there were pet rocks.

  8. Gravel definitely speaks…not sure which language though! I’m so curious about this park! Can any young visitor paint and leave a rock in the park?

    • magicalmysticalteacher

      Anyone, young or old, can leave a stone here! Come on out and bring your grandson! ;)

      On Mon, May 12, 2014 at 6:46 PM, Magical Mystical Teacher wrote:

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  9. Interesting photo. I wish I could read the words on it! Come visit my new blog!

  10. this is so interesting, the grand and minor stones, situations of human experience

    much love…

  11. This child left a piece of him/her for all to see. Enjoyed the story too MMT

  12. Lovely take on the prompt! ♥

  13. Loved the gravel speak, sometimes they sing too :P

    • magicalmysticalteacher

      Gravel is sneaky that way…sometimes a speech…sometimes a song! ;)

      On Wed, May 14, 2014 at 2:37 PM, Magical Mystical Teacher wrote:

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  14. a classical one ! love your speakinggravel MMT

  15. I like the reference to rocks speaking in tongues. Rocks have a special place in my heart. They’re full of stories.

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