A portion of your soul has been entwined with mine.  A gentle kind of togetherness, while separate we stand.  As two trees deeply rooted in separate plots of ground, while their topmost branches come together, forming a miracle of lace against the heavens.

Janet Miles / see comment, citation correction below.


2 thoughts on “Wednesday

  1. Just to cite correctly, the poem, “Two Trees” is from the book “Images of Women in Transition” compiled by Janice Grana, copyright 1976, 1991, 1997. Author of the poem is Janet Miles, who was not born in 1901, and is not deceased.

    • Thank you, kindly, Janet. It’s unfortunate that Goodreads credits the poem as belonging to Janice Grana, where I also see your avatar and name. Correction made. All the best to you and yours.


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