Monthly Archives: January 2015

Untitled, by Laurie Boris (posted with permission)

He was the only one left of his kind, and the sadness of that knowledge bent his bones. Each season, when the sun heated his branches and unfurled his leaves, he dared to hope that a sprout would crack the … Continue reading

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Untitled, by Anonymous (posted with permission)

I look like just a doorA portal to the other side.A space between spacesinto which you glide.Am I really thoughJust a simple door?A new dimension could be just the other side.A new place.A shining place.Or maybe I’m just an empty … Continue reading

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Alone, by Aaron Speca (posted with permission)

Alone Summer is my day, winter is my night My days have been countless The seeds form on my branches And I nurture them, protecting them but … Eventually they all fall Some leap off before they are ready Some … Continue reading

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Entrance

“I don’t hear you!!” Few beings in the universe can stamp their feet quite as loudly a 6-year-old girl, especially the 6-going-on-106 sort. Fewer being still can see the hidden beckon embraced within a tree. Ellianne had. A week, now. … Continue reading

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Lone Tree

If all within the forest stands A tree that prays alone Who, hearing it in distant lands, Can say which seeds that sown By flowering branch or bursting cones Are borne by praying tree And which the towering forest owns … Continue reading

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Home, by Erin O’Quinn (posted with permission)

  Home Grip me in the knot of heartwood Crawl with me through stone unmortared to the heart of granite and beyond, to mountains violet smoke. Take me home. gaelic spirit:  https://erinsromance.wordpress.com Image credit: Door in Tree: https://www.flickr.com/photos/68244807@N00/2215409087 JB Banks. (used under … Continue reading

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Faerie, by Rebecca Poole (posted with permission)

To reach the land of Faerie One need not look in the circles of fungusTo see the fairies dance and singOne need not wait for a day in springTo find the fairest folk one only needs aTree with a path leaving … Continue reading

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