where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
April 30, 2016 § 19 Comments
it is written
that we are here
to nourish one another
Tagged: codes, community, connection, insects, interconnectedness, messages, outdoors, text, tree, woods
In Australia, trees with similar patterns are called “Scribble gums”.
What a story they could tell , IF only we could read the scribbles.
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Love the verse, it sits well with the heart and paired with the lovely image makes the presentation sing.
Yes we are. The tree is such a sign of strength and longevity..in my eyes.
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I believe it. Your post does that for me. Thank you!
I love the way you see Mother Nature. This is lovely.
Oh yes, it almost looks as if runes are etched up the trunk.
What a great testament!
disease brings life?
wild writing, secret language
I’ve often thought that bark beetle trails look like hieroglyphs!
Fabulous and accurate thought, Catherine 🙂 ❤
Such a well seen photograph and encouraging verse
I saw the photo before the title and read your words and immediately thought hieroglyphics.
Very beautiful photo.
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