Winds of Anger

Winds of anger swirl rubbish
on the ground, but moves not
the tree whose roots go deep
into the earth. The Divine
quality of the tree allows it
to sway in hard winds, yet
remaining standing in all
its elegance, sending forth
the steady pulse of love that
settles the tempest to a summer breeze.

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1 Response to Winds of Anger

  1. Eve Redwater says:

    Beautiful. Also, that tree is amazing! 🙂

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