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In Her Elemant

Tue 17 Nov 2015 13:41:12 | 0 comments
 FromThrowing the Magnet

by Jay Griffiths 

“It seems appropriate to learn the language of rivers. Rivers and languages are similar, after all they spring from sources deep underground. They are both living, moving things and you never step into the same language twice. Large rivers, opening out to the seas, can be grandly silent - old, quiet, no need for chatter. Here, the rivers are young  and talkative; the streams lean on their elbows on the backsides and gossip with the neighbours;there is a chat- up line in every waterfall. This land has a knack of story telling.”


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