Wild River Ring - Scottish Shell and Arizona Turquoise Ring
BY GREGORY ORR I felt both pleasure and a shiver as we undressed on the slippery bank and then plunged into the wild river.
I waded in; she entered as a diver. Watching her pale flanks slice the dark I felt both pleasure and a shiver.
Was this a source of the lake we sought, giver of itself to that vast, blue expanse? We’d learn by plunging into the wild river
and letting the current take us wherever it willed. I had that yielding to thank for how I felt both pleasure and a shiver.
But what she felt and saw I’ll never know: separate bodies taking the same risk by plunging together into the wild river.
Later, past the rapids, we paused to consider if chance or destiny had brought us here; whether it was more than pleasure and a shiver we’d found by plunging into the wild river
Last year in April I went to Scotland to visit my bloved friend. Once we stepped to the beach......my oh my! We have spent there few hours collecting stones and shells. Even I have so many lakes and sea, and rivers around where I live.... This was heaven :) I have collected many many stones, shells, pottery and seaglass! Lately I sat and had some fun! Realized how beautifully they pair with turquoise and other treasures. So here she is :) shell and Arizona Turquoise :) the shell is also adorned with silver granulation, and no! It will not fall off :D Enjoy.... Love! Lily