A tree….




Speaks on

this snowy night.

Look more.

Do you see us captive in this

light?  Our branches must Bend,

going under this new weight, come Again,

with the light of new day, we

will soon melt into






Hears on

this snowy night.

Listen for

the groaning of weight

to repair what moves in frozen limbs.

Changing to be the focus of now,

the new season of time, care and love.

reforming with stillness,





tree to

bring us thoughts

of meaning and perceptiveness

Grown in another home, transplanted

Here, to bring

memories and smiles and a view from that past

with many promises of the future, growing in all

directions, from above, to the sides unseen, to the back

unseen in Plain Sight,





Thanksgiving, 2010

3014 Madison Way

Anchorage, Alaska

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  1. lovely effect you did here!

  2. A beautiful tree of verses… presented softly in the falling snow.. let the morning sun unburden the trees and procreate new life…
    I liked your verse…

    ॐ नमः शिवाय
    Om Namah Shivaya
    Twitter: @VerseEveryDay
    Blog: http://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com

  3. super creative piece..
    love the imagery,
    Thanks for sharing it with potluck poetry.
    Happy Monday.

  4. Beautiful poem and wonderful imagery…

  5. Wonderful images within the photos of the mind produced by your words, matching well with those you have selected to share.

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