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Winter of My Soul

I said “I have always thought of myself as a Tree”
He said ” yes, fallen leaves.”
I responded with; “No… Roots”.
He said; I have always thought of myself as a Rock
I kissed him and said “now that I have found you… don’t ever leave me again.

Our souls embraced and I spread my tree’s roots across his rock and dug deep into his strength and steadfast, he held me as I entered death.

Yet, He left.

Words by:
Betty Smith Voce

Reflection of a willow tree in the lake, and a huge rock on the shore.
Featured in:
“The World as We See it”: Oct 2010

Nikon D2X
24mm

© Annie J Lemay

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