Saturday, January 21, 2012

denial

January 21, 2012- Small Stones   
denial  by  Teri H Hoover



Vainly raised awareness.
The tree trunk mind 
does not admit the burden. 






 Trees slated to be removed near Virginia Tech Stadium, Blacksburg, Va- Jan 21, 2012




12 comments:

  1. Oh, I hate it when they cut trees down.

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  2. Hi Teri!
    Thanks for wisiting my blog.

    Wich you a great week.

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    1. Good for you Gudrun- I cannot imagine making a comment on your blog-in Swedish. Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. I love the texture of tree trunks! Feeling sad for this tree...

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    1. I am feeling a bit sad too.

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  4. Finally the house is quiet... home from work, greeted by Son of Son...just now leaving...catching up...

    Trees, well most do not live forever. So I once thought as a child. They tell me Willows only last for around ten years or so... mines' around for twenty. But dead branches fall off in storms. When she goes... I'll replace her.

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    1. Hey Jules- You know these trees and their transitions- sometimes we people help them along too quickly. Thankfully most of the willows I know have lasted at least 40 years... So I hope the one in my yard will do the same- it is 20 now. I love that willow.

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  5. Your "vainly" made me think of veiny because of the photo. PS You're right - I did a Dandelion stone last Jan, too - just call me Dandy!

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    1. Ah Barb - you caught my play on words- nice. I indeed saw veins like I am starting to see on the tops of my hands. I must search out that stone... that stone was a turning point for me and I don't know why.

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  6. I like your tree trunk, in both the ways depicted. :)

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    1. Rosemary- Tree trunks have caught my fancy the last few days... probably because the sky has been so grey and I cannot focus much on the sky.

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