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pay attention: a river of stones

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Published April 14th 2011 (first published 2011)
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Apr 26, 2012 A~lotus rated it 5 of 5 stars
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Nancy Brady
This book of small stones is a wonderful collection of poetry from around the world. Tight obsevations of nature and more can be found within the pages. Dfinitely worth reading and meditating over.
My small stone is in the animal section and can also be found, (acknowledged of course) in my new haiku and poetry book, Three Breaths.
I have a small stone published in this volume :-)
Isabela Oliveira
My stone is on page 12. :)
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Satya Robyn is a novelist living in Malvern, the UK. She wrote the best-selling 'The Most Beautiful Thing'. Her new novel is 'Afterwards' is out now. Her author site is here.

She founded Writing Our Way Home with her husband Kaspa and their mission is to help people connect with the world through writing.

She posts a short piece of observational writing called a small stone daily at a small stone.
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