Cedar And Sea
It was dusk with the crescent moon above the cedars overlooking the bluff that overlooked the water way that was said led to the bigger water that from the view of the moon, led to the other side of the world.
On the Bluff above the shore is a special place for Trees.
As the roots reach to the rocky pebbled beach
Roots exposed to ever lapping water
The push, then pull of waves.
The sound of the water as it comes and goes
Dripping off exposed roots,
Over time, exposing the underbelly that lies beneath the bark.
The skin that wraps the veins of the tree.
Water being pulled into the tree, then washed out as an ebb tide.
Lapping an applause like falling creeks
The Cedar Roots hold strong as the Earth on the edge of the waters waves erodes into its currents
Exposing Roots that connect to Trunks overlooking the bluff.
Waves splashing against, then washing away at its bark, Its inner bark, then skin, then as the tree releases parts of its inner self into the water to be carried by the currents.
This is where Sea and Tree are one and the same.
Speaking to tides, currents and waves.