Will you keep an eye out?


“Will you Keep an eye out?” – All You Have to Do by Sarah Braunstein

5 thoughts on “Will you keep an eye out?

  1. I can’t help thinking that the tree or branch ‘scars’ – the roundish spots where branches or portions of branches were cut off – look a lot like eyes. And there are three of ‘them’ (tree eyes) in this picture – one apiece on the two largest branches, near the top of the photo; the third, smaller, on the next branch down, to the right.

    So in answer to the question Sarah Braunstein’s text poses – “Will you keep an eye out?” – it looks like your tree is actually keeping 3 eyes ‘out’ –

    Because, clearly, for those who must keep an eye out – an extra eye – or three – is better than one!

    1. *smile* – yes, that’s what it is. Some alien with eye tentacles disguised as an old tree. Its fur is green moss. It’s waiting there patiently for hundred of years … doesn’t care about the tourists staring …

      1. Or as the poet W.B. Yeats said –

        “The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.”

        The tree is waiting too. And so am I…..one of these days, we (the tree and I – and others, too) may figure out exactly for what ….

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