A POEM A DAY - STONE TEETH






I came across this dinosaur snarl on a deserted trail in the hills. I do understand the environmental importance of leaving no trace and the blight of stone stacking appearing in wild places all over the planet but this particular creative use of stone made me smile and think. It reminded me of my children's dinosaur drawings and their excitement at finding an old stone and believing it was a dinosaur bone. It makes me wonder if dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures walked this valley before man appeared and their traces are waiting to be found. 






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