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The Peach Stone :: March 16, 2005
The Peach Stone    (click for previous picture)
A bit of a departure here... I was reminded of this tree when I read the following tonight:

    I believe I see a tree down there in that next orchard which is dead; it has old black sprigs, and it looks twisted by rheumatism. There is one little shoot of leaves up on the top branch, and that is all. No, it is not dead, it is aged, it can no longer put forth blossoms in a swarm like pink butterflies; there there is that one little swarm of green leaves -- it is just about the prettiest thing I've seen all day...
From "The Peach Stone" - a short story by Paul Horgan
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