|Harlan Hubbard Woodcut|
Monday, December 23, 2013
Plowhandle Point from Payne Hollow (Harlan Hubbard Woodcut)
Man's life on this earth -- who has the courage to face it? Yet there are
the trees, against the dark sky, black bare trees, springing from the
earth to flower, swaying in the wind, the low moan of the wind.
Who could live without this grace?
Harlan Hubbard Journal, December 17, 1964
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