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Guests on the grass

2017-11-10 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
These are among the many guests atop the grass in my yard today. The giant green leaf, the heart shape of a Redbud, only much larger, and the dark brown leaf to its right, are from the Catalpa tree. The top right artfully shaped leaf is from the Mulberry tree. The two small yellow leaves are from the Water Maple tree which has grown to three stories tall in the few short years since my sons grew to six feet. The long yellow leaf shaped like a surf board, or Kayak, is from the Pawpaw tree which has never birthed and raised a single Pawpaw. I had a long talk with it, told it that it is indeed old enough to begin relations and be fruitful. The leaves shuffled a bit in response -- was that the breeze, or did the Pawpaw tree chuckle? - LW

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