I stumbled upon you, standing alone, naked on the edge of the woods,
Your arm stretched out, beckoning me to come, closer to your grace,
Motionless in the winter sunlight, as if you had been waiting, for my arrival.
I draw up close, and wrap my arms around, your weathered skin.
Our essences touch, as one looking out, across the fields together,
Sharing our stories in silence, we hear each other, so well,
You enter my soul, loneliness in banished from us, with tear filled eyes,
My heart races in sadness, as I disengage, and turn around,
Walking away I look back, at you saying, “Goodbye Beloved Tree”