Lying here in these soft hills, bronze grass filling me with
colour, a pale yellow stone calls me to name, beginning.
Comes to me the word: decide. De is beginning, a prefix
from latin meaning undo. Cide, on the other hand, sets me
back. It is a suffix, an ending. In both latin and french, means
caedere. Killer, slaughterer of ox. Cutter of stone.
Cutter of stone: is a beginning, possibility of mind. Decide is
to undo a cutting, sew up a stone. To undo killing is to give
living. Decide is a word filled with undoing, slaughter, killing