The Language of Trees

By Ilie Ruby

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Echo O'Connell knows that the summer holds its secrets. They are whispered in the rustling trees, in the lush scent of the lilacs, in the flurry of the mayflies batting against the screen door, and in the restless spirits that seem to clamor in the scant breezes on hot evenings. It is in summer that she returns home to Canandaigua, to confront these spirits, both living an Echo O'Connell knows that the summer holds its...

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July 20th 2010 by Avon
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"Who can say what they’d have done in her situation. She’s stronger than she knows. I tried to tell her that every day, too.”
“Was that the truth?” Grant asks.
Joseph smiles. “You ever see a tree that’s dying, it’s nothing but a bunch of dried out branches? You can talk to this tree, tell it all about how its leaves are growing green and healthy. Then you sit back and watch how it changes."

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