Tangle of branches
Medlar pear tree stands naked
That is an otherworldly tree!
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Yes, it is rather. I can imagine it in a fairy story, certainly!
It would add to any fairy story!
Oooh, what a wonderful, wintery tree photo this Sarah…and perfect haiku to match 🙂 xxx
Thank you, Sherri. I really like that tree, with its chaos of branches whether it is in its naked or fruited state! 🙂 xxxx
It’s a very beautiful tree 🙂 xxxx
A hopeful poem that soon pears will return.
Lots of them! It gets really heavy laden with fruit.
What a great looking tree.
It is a most characterful tree and I love it whatever the time of year! There’s a Wordless Wednesday picture of it in full fruit. You should be able to access it via “related posts” at the foot of this one.
Great tree Sarah, full of character and stories no doubt 🙂
Thanks, Andrea 🙂 My stories, or the tree’s stories? Imagine how much they would have to say and how many secrets they’d spill if they could suddenly speak.
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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