Unwinding   2 comments

Cottonwoods bow low

                 Fishermen’s lines hiss and dance

on lake’s silvered face 



Posted May 2, 2013 by pjsisson in Uncategorized

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  1. Beautiful poem and photo! I just did a poem about black cottonwoods myself a few days ago. My favorite deciduous tree besides quaking aspen. I’ve seen them grow 40-50 feet in 4-5 years time. Talk about skyrocketing cambium cells! Thank you for posting. Have a great Friday!
    Tyler 🙂

    • Ah . . . a scientist with a poetic heart–such a rich blend! I’ll stop by your blog to connect with black cottonwoods and more. Many thanks for your comment. ~Jill

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