because of their peaceful and solitary appearance and existence...
I don't know about willows in general but the imagery of the weeping willow has been used so much for obvious reasons. The same reasons that gave the tree its name, in particular its sad, forlorn appearance.
Well you've read the answers about its appearance... It just makes for great metaphorical interpretation. Desdemona's "Willow Song" in Othello comes to mind. It portrays perfectly how she is melancholic yet prophetic as the audience anticipates her tragic death at the hands of her lover. Beautiful.
By the appearance willow trees evoke in us sadness of the bare existence in the Winter time but in Spring time it revives us again with hope and regrowth and yet its branches always point to the ground...willow tree is just like us...sadness follows happiness and although we dream to reach the sky we are forever tight to our mother earth...
They are often referred to as "Weeping Willow" trees, and their long branches are capable of swaying more than other, more rigid trees. With a good breeze or light wind blowing, find a really large willow and make a video of its swaying. It can relax the viewer. The word "weeping" excites the poet's imagery.
by PhoenixV 5 years ago
What Are The Most Beautiful Trees In The World?What are the most beautiful trees in the world? If you have an original photo you would like to include feel free to do so. From Bonsai to Redwoods. Or, what is the most beautiful forest in the world?
by Dennis Pace 7 years ago
Anything to Stop the Pain. Is buying a bottle of aspirin the solution or the PROBLEM...?? There are people without number who live with pain, whole industries and professions, books, and institutions are involved in the business of stopping the pain. Willow Bark is a natural way to...
by Abhishek Raj 15 months ago
Why are we here on Earth ?What am i supposed to do here ?that's a spiritual kind of question. But it's haunting me since morning. Everyday we wake up, go to work and then get to sleep. Is that's only the life ? Only this much ? What is your opinion ?
by Eng.M 10 years ago
Hithis is something going in my mind.I will write my answer in term of questions but you don't need to answer them as mush as you do for the main topic.(I believe that the first step of knowledge is to be curious and ask)Believing:*do we believe because we need hope?*do we seek for external power...
by Kiss andTales 2 years ago
Why do atheist and other none believers not accept as proof human existenceIncluding them ?I ask this question because atheist are persistent with this line prove that God existBut as they are given proof they persist to say the same words, example a husband and wife claims to love one...
by M. T. Dremer 2 years ago
Why would god create atheists who can't be convinced of his existence?
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