Six Satisfying Nature Forms - Leaf, Bloom, Root, Meadow, Vine, Tree
Take time to see. Life passes quickly. Find its harmony.
. . . A leaf is lush, thin and green - the color of growth and things serene.
. . . A bloom is simply beauty.
. . . Roots secure a foundation to all being - tendrils reaching downward so that heights may be achieved.
. . . A meadow puts the mind at ease and gives space to contemplate a summer breeze.
. . . Vines carry life's liquid energy. Notice how they look like veins and sound almost the same.
. . . Trees provide colums for the sky. They make a secret hideaway to study thoughts and gather strength to fly.
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