Some of Us Have Drowned; the Rest Learned to Float. ~Jillian Locke

What if we all started as a small, delicate piece of driftwood…a delicate, yet solid relic, flowing with and through the ancient seas from the very first spark of light?

Its voice, a siren song, cultivated through storms and tsunamis and tidal waves and whirlpools, raised in frequency through all manners of destruction and transformation. Its edges smoothed and strengthened and fortified, taking on the shape and solidarity of a tuning fork, projecting its pure tone across the frothy waves and illuminating the path to its next destination…”

Some of Us Have Drowned; the Rest Learned to Float.

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