One world in two, both intertwined: / A double helix of grace and love. . . THE SOLITARY WALKER Two Worlds in One
|Poet's daffodils newly opened.|
Narcissus poeticus (Poet's daffodil, Nargis, Pheasant's eye, Findern flower or Pinkster lily) was one of the first daffodils to be cultivated, and is frequently identified as the narcissus of ancient times — often associated with the Greek legend of Narcissus. WIKIPEDIA
|The intertwined trunks of our crab apple tree.|
Unlike many trees, the crab apple grows singly, and sometimes woods will only have one tree. . .
. . . Crab apples have long been associated with love and marriage. It was said that if you throw the pips into the fire while saying the name of your love, the love is true if the pips explode. Apple wood was burned by the Celts during fertility rites and festivals, and Shakespeare makes reference to crab apples in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Love's Labour Lost. THE WOODLAND TRUST