Sea & Stone (2020)

I’ve always wondered what it means to love “like a rock.”

Does it mean that the love itself is rock-like: round? heavy? flecked with mica? Or that you love someone the way you love a rock? Or perhaps it means to love the way a rock would love…

In any case, I love rocks like a rock. I love the words and feelings they evoke: hard, rough, worn — words that, when applied to so many other things in life, seem so difficult and undesirable. Stone somehow redeems such words, joining them with others: solid, smooth, tumbled, settled, still and even, sometimes and unexpectedly, soft

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