The Other Extreme


Near fertile crescent

parched and barren earth laments

unfairness of life


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3 Responses to The Other Extreme

  1. walt says:

    From Mushroom’s post today:
    “…as Jeremiah says, they have abandoned the springs of living water and sought to drink from their man-made cisterns which are broken, empty, and dry.”

    there are tracks of men
    and cracks in once fertile soil
    why did we forget

  2. Hmmm. Those are well worn river rocks so there must have been a lot of water flowing in the past. But then they’d be hidden and we wouldn’t get to see them.

  3. mushroom says:

    “An ocean is a desert with its life underground and the perfect disguise above.”

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