This Tanka was inspired by the beautiful Golden Willow Tree in the botanical gardens in Cambridge which I visit frequently on my lunch hours from work.
I wanted to reach for one of its tempting branches but to do so would to risk falling in the water!
So charming you are
Sweet golden willow bending
Longing for water
Not I, deep depths frighten me
I long to touch you… alas…
Your branches beckon nearer
No danger greater
I dangle closer
To make an uncomely splash
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To read my thoughts on the beauty and wonder of these magical trees head over to the Sisters of The Fey Blog: https://sistersofthefey.com/2019/07/11/the-magic-of-trees-the-weeping-willow/
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