Analog cure

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17 Responses to Analog cure

  1. Debra Kolkka says:

    I love those trees, Ginkgo Biloba, great leaves.

  2. Gerlinde says:

    I have a tiny little Maidenhair ( Ginkgo) tree in my yard that is barely surviving . My oldest girlfriend, who I lost in a tragic car accident in Germany this year, would give me ginkgo leaves to take to the US .
    Here is a poem from Goethe

    This leaf on the tree in the East,
    Has been given to my garden.
    It reveals a certain secret ,
    Which pleases me and thoughtful people .

    Does it represents One living creature
    Which has divided itself?
    Or are these Two which have decided
    That they should be One?

    To reply to such a Question,
    I found the right answer:
    Do you notice in my songs and verses
    That I am One and Two?

  3. dayphoto says:

    Beautiful! I love the golden leaves!!! Your color lifted my day!

    Linda

  4. You do love autumn colours, don’t you. But that incessant rain – hope it lifts a little soon. c

  5. Sheena & Co. says:

    That’s wonderful! And did I see it was 79 degrees in Milano yesterday?? Or is my iPhone lying to me again? >

  6. Gerlinde says:

    This is my third try to send you the link for the translated poem.

    http://kwanten.home.xs4all.nl/goethe.htm

  7. ron moore says:

    love the color, love the shape. my favorite. but always come with rain, chilled grayness, quiet retreat from the windy cold.

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