Trees by Jacqueline Nash

Trees

They stand
like skeletons
trees bared
stripped of
leaves,
limbs reaching
to the skies
awaiting the
magic Spring
weaves.

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2 Responses to Trees by Jacqueline Nash

  1. I love trees. They are more prominent while leafless. Bearing all.

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  2. jcnashpoems says:

    I agree, forever changing with the seasons. 🙂

    Like

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