and a majestic skyline, I'm sure. Lovely.
Hi Damien,Is bois de chênes a park or common land woods?It literally means wood oaks, or 'Wood Oaks' which is a nature reserve or even a school.I know what you mean about a ball of mistletoe, as I can see a huge ball of mistle when I wait for a train at Bradford on Avon. I hadn't realised they could be balls as well as 'dangling'. ;-)How many balls of mistletoe were there?Do you have larches with mistletoe where you live as well?Alan
Hi Alan,it's just a common wood that I've seen from the highway. As there is no more leaves, nothing hides balls of mistletoe, and each tree had its one : a curious vision ! Thank you for your comments
Hi Damien,What wonderful poetry you say in your 'plain prose'. ;-)"it's just a common wood that I've seen from the highway. As there is no more leaves, nothing hides balls of mistletoe, and each tree had its one : a curious vision !"Maybe something like this, as a tanka?just a common woodfrom the highwayI see no more leavesyet each tree has its ownball of mistletoeall my best,AlanArea 17.
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