Notwithstanding, coconuts can injure when they fall from their trees. That’s why it’s unusual in Hawaii’s urban areas (such as, here, the Hawaiian Electric substation next to my neighborhood post office in Honolulu) to find a tall palm like this one that hasn’t been trimmed.
Any discrepancy between the expressed or implied contents of the above documents should be taken up with your insurance agent. I’d recommend Mr. Stevens of Hartford Accident and Indemnity, who once wrote a tree rider titled “Of Mere Being.” Conclusively, in the fine print (it was the last policy he published in his lifetime), it enumerates that
The palm at the end of the mind,Beyond the last thought, risesIn the bronze decor,.A gold-feathered birdSings in the palm, without human meaning,Without human feeling, a foreign song..You know then that it is not the reasonThat makes us happy or unhappy.The bird sings. Its feathers shine..The palm stands on the edge of space.The wind moves slowly in the branches.The bird’s fire-fangled feathers dangle down.
That’s the title of my new (and free) Issuu photobook about (1) photoshopping the only known photograph of Dickinson to bring out detail, and then (2) thinking about what then makes itself seen. Click here: