Sycamore at Sunset

Sycamore tree, winter sunset

Winter light dwindles to a pale sunset.
Sycamore bark peels in patches.
Ever on sentry duty, an eye on the horizon,
Glowing like a desert landscape,
The silent tree watches for
Spring, as winter melts away.

Copyright 2015 Brenda Davis Harsham

40 thoughts on “Sycamore at Sunset

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  2. I LOVE sycamores–they are magic trees. If you’d like to read about a special one, go to Gretchenkwing.wordpress.com and search “sycamore.” Thanks for this lovely tribute to a queen of trees!

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  3. “The silent tree watches for
    Spring as winter melts away”.

    I love these two verses…. Lovely poem , Bren!
    Sending love…. Have a great week ⭐ Aquileana πŸ˜€

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