Poetry, notes, and drawings by William Michaelian
"Weeping willow with your tears running down, why do you always weep and frown? Is it because he left you one day? Is it because he could not stay? On your branches he would swing, Do you long for the happiness that day would bring? He found shelter in your shade, he thought his laughter would never fade. Weeping willow stop your tears, for there is something to calm your fears. You think death has ripped you forever apart, but I know he'll always be in your heart.":O)
With two nice chickenbirds as her brain-halfes... Very nice Tree-release, William!
Lovely, Aleksandra — after this poem, I think I willow you something!Thank you, Rudhi! Like me, you see it all, even if it isn’t there.
You just willow away my friend,how nice to get a laugh or 2 in this late hour,I thank you for that!! :O)Good night!
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