Green, Green is Hank’s House

I try to be good| ©2013

Truly | ©2013

Under it | ©2013

I try to be good | ©2013

Don't you dare climb that tree | ©2013

Or under it | ©2013

But the tree is a sister to me | ©2013 HouseofHank.me_______________________________

“Green, Green is My Sister’s House” poem by Mary Oliver from her book, A Thousand Mornings (The Penguin Press, 2012).


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2 Responses to Green, Green is Hank’s House

  1. Jo Woolf says:

    That looks a very climb-able tree! I love trees and I’ve certainly climbed a few in my time. However, I’m still reeling (slightly!) from my experience up the Scott Monument so I’ll just imagine it for now! Great text and photos!

  2. Hank. says:

    Helloooo, Jo! Hank’s up a tree right now and says to be careful climbing monuments! They’re trickier to scale than one might imagine. But oh, isn’t the view fine?

Woof! Talk to Hank

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