"Trees Grow Just So"
Trees Grow Just So
The grass is arching and laying
Where the abundance of morning will lye
Heavy with words that did follow the cursive curve
Of a woman and an evermore reply
Hickory did take root
Keeping this meadow within the layers of her dress
She tried to bury a certain touch beneath this beauty
But grew there a stronger caress
Blushes of cheeks and hearts simply gone to pasture
Details of days glowed in abundance when she was alone
Sanity dissipated as if the thriving grass drew it in to its length
Beautiful, lovely, an abandoned home overgrown
Notches in the door frames
A testament of time and life
Splayed books of happier tails
Cloth covers and pages made man and wife
Trees grow just so….
To form paths of light in which to lay
Warm places in the hours of beginning
Waiting for the sound of strings devotion to hold sway
Every lovely print comes on a wonderful Metallic paper that evinces every color into life and allows the color spectrum to shine through. Each capture is also mounted on recycled acid free mounting board so your print will not bend and live a happy and long life in your waiting home.