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My husband Steve has introduced me to your wonderful Sunday Trees challenge. This is mine
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The shades of color in yours is lovely. 🙂
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Here is my entry: https://charlesewaugh.com/2016/09/04/sunday-trees-251/
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Love the different shades of green in your picture, great shot Becca.
Here’s my rainy day response.
Thank you, Steve! 😀
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A thought your wonderful photo induced, thanks for the inspiration!
A tree alone among so many others
All so alone until one day it discovers
Being so, so alone amongst so many
It is not at all true for it can see plenty
All cloaked in green, and not in yellow
Nature, a most kind upholding fellow
Induces fall to make things more mellow
For now it is that all trees will turn yellow.
A gentle, huge hint for the lonely tree
A strong, persuasive wind helpjng it to see
Its not alone, for theres trees all around
Made apparent by a loud rustling sound
Its colour, is what was making it blind
A sorryfull trait that affects all mankind!
Alone among millions how can that be
Colour a problem? Why cant we see?
The tree it learnt with a breath of air
It dropped its leaves along with despair
Accepting the fact that its jusr a tree
Why, oh why cant us humans agree?
No matter the colour or even a creed
By living together we will truly suceed
Anyother way then were facing disaster
World war lll, and there’ll be no ever after !
Mick E Talbot 2016
Thank you for the lovely sharing of thoughts! I am glad the Sunday Tree photo was an inspiration!
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I love this composition and the color pops!
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That’s exactly what I thought — it looks fresh. In a month when decline is beginning to set it, it’s just lovely. (Although, I saw milkweed blooming yesterday!)
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Such a fresh green Becca.. Hope your Sunday is also as rejuvenating 🙂
Thank you, sweet Sue! Have a wonderful week full of love! ❤
You too dear Becca xx
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I love the colour of the leaves on the smaller tree!
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