Miser Hoards

Small Stone

Small Stone

garden path
with autumn leaves
squirrels hunt
miser hoards


Previous Small Stones

© rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011 – 2013

What are small stones?

A small stone is a short piece of writing (any style) that precisely captures a fully-engaged moment for you. The process of discovering small stones is as significant as the finished creation. Searching for small stones encourages you to keep your senses on the “alive and alert” status. Involve yourself with a new set of eyes, ears, nose, mouth, fingers, feelings and mind. In short … OPEN, OPEN, OPEN!

About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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9 Responses to Miser Hoards

  1. Pingback: Small Stones | CuriositytotheMAX

  2. Becca. I LOVE the small stones!!!!!!!! I’ve never heard that term/genre before. It’s wunderbar!!!!
    I feel a Becca-repost coming on .. .
    sooooooo glad you left the explanation – it inspires in it’s simplicity. It inspired ME!


    • becca givens says:

      Judy, it would be right up your alley (so to speak) … mindful moment of attentiveness …. November 1st is a worldwide day … I will send you a link as soon as I get my computer back. I don’t navigate around my phone as easily …. it’s much smarter than I am. LOL 😀


  3. ladysighs says:

    I keep running into ‘small stones’ and never knew what it was about. Thanks for explaining.


  4. The squirrels, chipmunks and migrating birds are indeed gathering, feasting, preparing for the long months ahead. I feel like I am doing the same, taking in as much glorious color and light as I can before the days grow even shorter, the palette more subtle.


  5. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    Please link your Haiku My Heart to Rebecca’s Mornings with Mary: Loving Lupita.

    Let’s keep our haiku community going this Friday, while Rebecca is in San Miguel de Allende. Thank you!


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