The Edge of Entanglement
The Joy of Entanglement
I step into the place at the edge of the woods and climb up into the Ash. I feel my body resting on the limb of the tree – the pressure of it – bones, muscles, squidgy organs, encased in flesh to keep them separate from all this entanglement around me. I close my eyes and listen. Different bird songs weave into a sound tapestry – some human sounds around the edges of this. Air weaves through into me and my cells. Carbon dioxide flows out and into the leaves. It’s a perfect entanglement. I open my eyes to see the trees – colours, shapes, shadows, lines. Each branch and twig makes a different shape and takes a different route. There is no replication. Then I take in the ivy leaves next to me. I notice each leaf is subtly different – unique and entangled.
Unknown to me, my husband, Chris, walks along the path above me – and takes this photo.
I Am Entangled