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A black and white image of an old Black Willow standing alone in a blizzard

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Willow - Green Man Tree Oracle: New Moon magick, creativity, fertility, female rights of passage, inspiration, emotion, binding. Love, Love divination, protection, healing. Also known as the tree of immortality because of its ability to re-grow from a fallen branch in moist ground.

I was a willow last night in my dream I bent down over a clear running stream Sang you the song that I heard up above And you kept me alive with your sweet flowing love. <3

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This is the Warriors' den in Sunclan. Even if it looks small outside, it's huge on the inside

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Greyhound Dog Moon Stars Whippet Signed Art Print

This is a signed 7x12 print from Kim Parkhurst. A gorgeous white Greyhound in a jeweled collar stands in the garden, under a willow tree, looking up at the moon and stars. This print is made with archival materials tested to last 200+ years under indoor lighting conditions. The print surface has a velvety matte finish which allows every detail to be clear & richly colored. It is signed by me, the original artist & will arrive with an acid-free backing.

from WIRED

The Most Ancient and Magnificent Trees From Around the World

Amongst tombstones in a churchyard in Crowhurst, England, stands a medieval ancient yew, estimated to be over 1,500 years old.

Willow Tree Wish Spell Stand under a Willow tree during the Full moon. State your wish and tie a knot in one of the long leaves. Look up to the moon and state: Under the Lady's moon, shining so bright. Willow tree, I ask thee on this night. In this Willow Tree, I leave my mark. Grant me love & happiness, and bring me no dark. By all the power of three times three, as I will it, so mote it be! XxEmberxX

There once was a Willow, and he was very old, And all his leaves fell off from him, and left him in the cold; But ere the rude winter could buffet him with snow, There grew upon his hoary head a crop of mistletoe. All wrinkled and furrowed was this old Willow's skin, His taper finger trembled, and his arms were very thin; Two round eyes and hollow, that stared but did not see; And sprawling feet that never walked, had this most ancient tree. Julianna Horatia Ewing, "The Willow Man

There are nights when even the wolves are silent and only the moon howls. ~George Carlin