|A tree that may in summer wear|
|A nest of robins in her hair;|
This sycamore is majestically offering her branches to a dislocated and homeless robin family.
The tree in front of the offices was spreading roots below the foundation of the building. It was decided that the tree must be cut down and cut down it was. The only problem being that in the spring the robins would nest in that tree.
Hopefully the spreading leaves of the sycamore tree offered enough of an invitation to become the new home of the robins and that tree can become their new home.
|Upon whose bosom snow has lain;|
|Who intimately lives with rain.|
We are once again bounding into spring when the tree will abound with buds for the coming season and to welcome back the robins.
What a wonderful example of what Joyce Kilmer saw in God's creation of a tree.