Messages of beauty from the Oak in May time rain. See its shining beauty captured by members through image, poetry and video this month.
To an Oak Tree on a Wet May Day
Here we are again,
you half dressed and me
wrapped against the rain.
Time has been kind,
you have outgrown
your scars; your children
are scattered. I return each year, hoping to understand your message of stillness and your
whispering in the wind; a voice reassuring me you will always be here. If the day comes that I outlast you
you will continue to teach about being and giving without asking. Perhaps I will be half dressed
in the rain, listening.
Written by member Peter Hunter
Listen to the beautiful sound of rain on Oak leaves by member Michelle Evans. It is well worth listening to with headphones.
I hope you have enjoined the beauty of # trees in this sparkling glimpse of beauty, dancing rain drops and #oak leaves. It is a beautiful way to celebrate our #sacred connection with the #naturalworld.
Celebrating Beauty is an act of rebellion and Love the Revolution.
Blessings to you all.
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