The Goose Den

open to commissions, projects and energizing escapades

"The wishing tree stood at the heart of the town, towering fifty feet tall. For one month each year it would flower - pure white blossoms that would carpet the piazza when they fell. The rest of the time it bore wishes - offerings from the townsfolk who would brave the long climb to its upper branches or, somtimes, pay the young boys to do it for them. Each token earned the supplicant a single wish.The locals called it the Tree of Saint Yanna. It was said to have performed miracles.”Hicksville, by Dylan Horrocks (pg. 81)
  • 29 June 2013
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