It mysteriously avoided the chainsaw and stands in a widened place in the middle of a four-lane highway. I propose a mythology to explain.
Thank you for sharing these and your process. The sonnets are beautifully reflective and a little gut-wrenching, too. I enjoyed each but it’s the synergy of the trio that makes them especially effective.
Beautiful in design and execution, and a worthwhile subject. Thank you for sharing.
Interesting Mark. What spoke to me most was just the whole idea of why we (why anyone) think that one tree matters, that one of anything matters? We take an object and infuse it with meaning, spin our stories and our poems, to try to make sense of our lives. I empathize with the impulse.