"When we stumble over a stone
It guides us."
--Suzan Alaiwan, "Poems"
He listens for the stumble in a poem, so he can find the stone.
On a white stone is scribbled this stark poem: "Our guide stumbled."
When you stumble over poems, don't pocket the stones, or else you can't move.
I do not say, O my body, you are a stone, but I do say I am home.
Take this stone: may it be to you a guide and a poem.