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Treebeard

Treebeard It now appears that certain trees lower and raise their branches, not only at nightfall or sunrise, but also with shorter periods, such as two hours. It’s as if they have an internal heartbeat. —!e Scientific and Medical Network Journal, 2018. busy as we are we feel your longing when you walk by hands held out fingering our bark busy as we are feeding fallen sisters and brothers lying at our feet feeding beneath the earth raising branches skyward lowering again to earth each night 31 busy as we are you swore we moved & so we did in the dark living moving singing things Fangorn in Sindarin baritone tree hearts thrumming along the trail wrap your arms around vibrations that feed your own heart put your head against the bast as if against some great beast whose heat rises from the loam. ANDREW K. CLARK http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Appalachian Review University of North Carolina Press

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University of North Carolina Press
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Abstract

It now appears that certain trees lower and raise their branches, not only at nightfall or sunrise, but also with shorter periods, such as two hours. It’s as if they have an internal heartbeat. —!e Scientific and Medical Network Journal, 2018. busy as we are we feel your longing when you walk by hands held out fingering our bark busy as we are feeding fallen sisters and brothers lying at our feet feeding beneath the earth raising branches skyward lowering again to earth each night 31 busy as we are you swore we moved & so we did in the dark living moving singing things Fangorn in Sindarin baritone tree hearts thrumming along the trail wrap your arms around vibrations that feed your own heart put your head against the bast as if against some great beast whose heat rises from the loam. ANDREW K. CLARK

Journal

Appalachian ReviewUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Sep 10, 2021

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