anghara (anghara) wrote,

And Place-as-Person continues -

Irene Radford, whose story "The Fall" has as and of itself been deemed worthy of the price of admission to the "River" anthology, contributes a piece on Mary Victoria's Place-as-Person blog series.

Here's a taste:

"But the waterfalls set it apart and make it special. As waterfalls shape and change the landscape and feed the river, the river shapes our civilization, provides us with food, transportation, and gathering places. I am as much a part of the waterfalls as I am the mountain or the valley. They are my home, my temple, my essence."

Read the rest here.

And then DO go and look up the story she wrote about her beloved Multnomah Falls. Just... do.

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