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NATURE NURTURES

Make Friends With A Tree And Be Happy

It may sound crazy but it is not

This pruned tree stands tall and proud among the lush trees and greeneries in the background. It doesn’t seem to care even if stripped of branches and leaves, which will soon grow again lustily; photo credit to the author

My “relationship” with a particular tree species started way back in New Zealand.

At the time, I couldn’t even imagine liking this tree species, the Salic babylonica. Its common name alone, weeping willow, portends grief; its foliage resembling a metaphoric downpour of…

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Josephine Crispin

Writes about writing, nature, animals, the environment, social issues and spirituality. Editor and published author of romance novellas amongst other genres.