Well, in my mind this rock looks as if it has a face. I'm not sure everyone sees what I see but this is how my mind perceives it: the "face" is laying on its right side. Basically, it is an entire "head" with a face. It has an eyebrow, a nose, lips at the bottom (narrow end) of the rock, and even an ear lobe on the side of the head that is facing up. Does anyone else see it? (Sometimes it helps if you squint a bit and try and see the defining areas.)
I read in a comment yesterday from Karen on my blog about her thinking that we might be kindred spirits. She wrote in part: "hand me a rock with a face on it...now that's what I love." So, Karen, thanks for inspiring me to take a picture of my rock with a face on it.
I'd love to see what other people "see" in their rocks. That rock found me that day. It could have been buried under a bunch of decaying leaves or turned over so it was "face" down. Not so. It called out to me to pick it up. I have had it ever since. I was thinking it has to be at least 10 years or more since I found this rock. It usually sits on my wood stove and heats up in the winter when the fire gets going really well.
This rock made me do an "about face." Literally and figuratively!
A charm invests a face
The lady dare not lift her veil
For fear it be dispelled.
But peers beyond her mesh,
And wishes, and denies,
Lest interview annul a want
That image satisfied.