Willow Tree by Isabel Cheeseman

ancient arms relaxed and graceful
her elegant canopy grazes the ground,
her shaggy branches weep into an arch

sacred and solitary giant
she bends to accommodate and withstand,
a calculated composition with supple extremities

appears to be sorrowful, heartsick
weeping with her slender leaves but
she is calm, serene as she flows in the breeze

Isabel Cheeseman is an outdoor enthusiast. She loves to spend her time in the sunshine by hiking, camping, and surfing.


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