Crossing the World–AROS #10

Ganges River, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India.

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Submitted to a River of Stones:


Last night I dreamt
I walked across the Ganges. 

A friend had built a path
of stones for me.

Today I traverse
continents and cultures

stepping on
virtual boulders.

How small the world
has become.


15 thoughts on “Crossing the World–AROS #10

  1. dionthom1 says:

    I like your use of words to describe this notion


  2. nan says:

    Very nice! I loved the feeling I had at the end of this. Well done.


  3. trisha says:

    just loved this one victoria. what a journey it must be, i will love to join you.


  4. 1sojournal says:

    I love your opening lines about dreaming of crossing the river on a path of stones made by a friend. So very true of our world and all these lovely stones that create a path around the world and back again,



  5. virtual borders. Let’s hope it is a way for peace to truly take hold! Loved this.


  6. Bodhirose says:

    Love this so much, Victoria. I have a strong draw to India–our amazing technology of today has brought it and many other cultures right into our homes.


  7. buttercup600 says:

    I cannot agree more with Amy’s comment…well done my friend!! So true oxo


  8. souldipper says:

    Your poem speaks my feeling about our virtual world! I adore our ability to be in each others’ worlds with the click of a few keys.

    I am delighted with its smallness.


  9. Rene Foran says:

    It has indeed become a smaller, faster, more dangerous, precious world.
    Thank goodness for friends who help us along 🙂


  10. Artswebshow says:

    This is an excellent slightly haunting picture.
    The poem is awesome as well.
    It’s great how technology has been able to open our eyes to what is out there


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