A POEM A DAY - CELTIC KNOT



The branches of this beautiful tree were hanging over the banks of the River Boyne in Navan, Ireland. The river side was overgrown with fern and wide leafed plants that looked like verdant swamps with willows weeping over the water. The intricate knot tied around the trunk reminded me of the Celtic symbols on imagery and jewellry seen in Ireland, Scotland and Wales, even used as an image of love on wedding rings. 






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