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Re: “What Now, Treesitter?

Soul of the Redwood by Tom Casey in Seattle (206) 849-6752 If time ringed life within me the way it marks your years, my courage would stand as tall as yours and hold back amber tears that purify the daylight and protect you through the night when gales howl and thunder roars and cordite lightening strikes. If my roots tapped the earth like yours and drank from ancient springs, drawing strength from rich, dark soil while ravens and blue jays sing the songs of life and death and change that echo high and far beyond our brief encounter with this planet and its star. So when condors soar again above your summer canopy and salmon swim cool streams in June that run down to the sea, II know they'll recognize you then as the Keeper of the Hours tho turns the months to centuries and hears the children's prayer for one last chance to find a place in a new world twice restored where trees have souls and bear and elk and deer and wolves come home.

Posted by Tom Casey on 10/03/2009 at 10:26 AM

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