We think we’re so unique. We’re not. I think nature might’ve made a mistake with the human race. We don’t embrace what she offers. We harvest it. We take it for granted, and we don’t replace it. When you look at it that way, we’re not a very nice animal. I’m one of them, so that’s how it is. We are destroying the planet that supports us.
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and when all the creatures come out at night
to see their home decimated , piled up , no longer upright
the empty forest gaping like a wound bathed in moonlight
Later, when my wife and I built a house together a white cedar mysteriously grew at the front.
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My thoughts about this tree are always interwoven with the nostalgia of watching my children grow. She has witnessed some of the most joyful moments of my life with me.
Sometimes soft flowers would rain down on us while fronds tickled our cheeks, all brought on by soft afternoon breezes. It was all very magical as we made up stories of princesses, treasure, cowgirls and spaceships, giggling all the while.