Candice Renae Williams
The Stone - Poem by Candice Renae Williams
The stone lay silent, no life to be seen
For it was only matter, simply existing, as it was to be.
I lay silent, no life to be seen.
For it does not really matter, simply fading, as it was to be.
The stone becomes me.
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