Trees by Stanley Fink; Painting by Judy Ringold

This is the last day for National Poetry Month, and I am fortunate to have a poem from Stanley Fink and a picture from Judy Ringold, both of whom I know from the Narberth Senior Center. The two are working on a virtual project that has Stanley writing poems to fit Judy’s art. If this is just one example of their collaboration, I love it and look forward to more! Thanx, Stan & Judy.
Tangled Trees by Stanley Fink
In this dreamy wood
Everything moves.
The trees dance
Pulsating to an
Ancient melody,
Unheard.
Tiny creatures
Hide in the undergrowth
Watching near the mossy swamp.
Brown and pink tree trunks and branches
Are huddled together
As if worshiping the sun.
They entangle my heart with pure love.
Arboreal Cathedral

4 Responses to “Trees by Stanley Fink; Painting by Judy Ringold”

  1. Paula Says:

    Lovely! Beautiful combo! Love “Arboreal Cathedral”!

  2. Lois Says:

    Absolutely lovely. thank you

  3. Coll Says:

    Yes, chime in: lovely duo. Like the tree shape
    for the poem’s format. May poetry prevail in May!

  4. Sylvia Says:

    Thank you for this beautiful poem and accompanying picture. Just what we need. Thank you!

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