05 November 2020

Episode 028: Palm Trees in the Fall Just Don't Cut It

We're well into the Fall season here on the East Coast, and as I was searching for this week's poem, I happened on this piece, which I wrote while on a visit to Los Angeles a few years back. Think of it as something of an elegy for both deciduous trees and man's hubris.

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