Monday, April 07, 2008


I stood beneath this tree's whispering and tried to count the number of its whites: where they blush rose, where they glow blue under the still-bright evening sky, where they grey against the chapel's stone, where they green between stem and stamen. The air smelled like sweet quiet, solitude's soft welcome, and so I stood longer and longer, stiller and stiller.


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