Leaving a Trail

Twelfth Night
swept away in a gale,
leaving behind a trail
of twigs and branches.

10 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. julespaige
    Jan 06, 2012 @ 15:58:40

    Gale – another word for or different than a thunderstorm? High winds rattling the tree tops can make one dizzy for the staring at them!


  2. Libby
    Jan 06, 2012 @ 16:03:53

    Just a strong wind – Force 8 (or above) on the Beaufort scale, may or may not include rain and thunder!


  3. tmhHoover
    Jan 06, 2012 @ 16:39:44

    Wonderful hidden stone. I took my tree out on the 11th night ( a day early I know) and left trail through the living room, down the drive and onto the street.


  4. Rosalind Adam
    Jan 06, 2012 @ 16:39:56

    I’ve written a small stone about the wind too. It does fire up the imagination, doesn’t it. 🙂


  5. Carla
    Jan 06, 2012 @ 17:13:10

    This is also lovely. I’m taking my tree down tonight, alas (I’m in the states, so we’re a day behind you). Cheers.


  6. Gemma Wiseman
    Jan 07, 2012 @ 01:57:03

    It could be a story about the last life of a Christmas tree on the Twelfth Night, or it could be a story of a wind storm on the Twelfth Night! Like the dual possibilities in this one!


  7. J Cosmo Newbery
    Jan 07, 2012 @ 03:14:02

    Yes, so true but why do storms and such like hold such a large import if they happen at a ‘festival’ time?


  8. Hildred
    Jan 07, 2012 @ 04:11:24

    I’m thinking of Twefth Night as well, – the Epiphany of a new season, the feast behind us.


  9. Freya Pickard
    Jan 07, 2012 @ 12:27:33



  10. Peter Domican
    Jan 17, 2012 @ 12:42:48

    Love this stone especially!


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