This week, KL has given us a photo from Willow at Willowdot21 to work with. It’s rather stunning I think!
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For visually challenged writers, the image a tree that has partly been carved to represent a man (or an ape I’m undecided).
No-one knew where he had come from, or when. At first they thought him quite menacing, but as time passed, each began to see him in a different light.
To the very young, he was there to protect them from the wildness of the woods, always on the lookout, eyes darting everywhere.
To older children, he was there to climb and ride.
To the romantics, he was the blower of kisses. Pucker up and make a wish.
To the woodsman, he was a talisman of good fortune.
To the sculptor, he was a bringer of fame and potential riches.
To the animals, he was the guardian of their sanctuary.
To the trees, he was a reminder of Man’s treacherous progress.
To the Tree Man himself, he was biding his time waiting for others to join him.
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