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by Otto Blüse
original translation from the German by Kaiser M. I WALKED A path of deep sorrow
And God’s grace appeared to be miles away. When I was greeted by a tree at meadow’s edge.
And at once, bright the land became again. Oh tree in spring! I lifted my tired head,
And a thousand bees hummed, pollinated…
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by Survive the Jive THE YEW TREE is often found in churchyards and graveyards in England because pagan religious sites were chosen as ideal locations for churches at the time of conversion. Yews were probably sacred to both the Celts and Anglo-Saxons but in Germanic paganism the Ash and the Oak were more…
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