Whispering Often by Edwin Ford Piper When sunlight marries the swaying branches, With shadowy dancings the rite is said— To the crooning of easeful winds and waters, Whispering often, "I love you, I love you." Now in wedded lilies the juices bubble, And saps make music about the heart. With flower on flower the spring is yearning For the Easter of love, the sacrament of love, The passion of the earth and the passion of the sky; Whispering often, "I love you, I love you."
12 x 12 x 1.5 inches, sides are unpainted, waxed natural birch
$100.00 USD + shipping within the continental US. If you are local to the Sugar Land /Houston, Texas area, I’d love to deliver it to you and we can waive the shipping cost.
flower on flower
Includes cost of shipping within the continental US. If you’d like to ship to other locations, please contact me so that we can work out the details. Thank you!
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