Wednesday Words – A Tree-ish Theme

… The cold sky was lost, drowned out by the large, round leaves of the strange trees. Each vast trunk rose brown and steeply straight, the same circumference from base as far as the eye could see. A faint scent hung in the air, encapsulated by ice. It was a juxtaposition of smells, where winter met summer.
The path wound up and down, travelling from gloom into twilight, from evening dimness to raincloud heaviness. How long they walked, Dracomagan could not tell but at length, green twilight gave way to pale daylight …
My Newsletter, Clippings #12, with a Tree-ish theme is now available to read!
I continue my short story, The Essence of Thyme (excerpt above) and have a fabulous front cover created by Elisa Choi. I’ve also included some dragony and dragonslayerish cinquains as well some winter haiku and clippings from my blogs. And I talk about the tree that fell on my car just before Christmas…
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© Freya Pickard 2014
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2 Comments on “Wednesday Words – A Tree-ish Theme”

  1. reocochran Says:

    I love your description of Dracomagan’s feeIings and realistic impressions about trees in the forest.


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