Some articles on palm, trees, tree, palm tree:
... In Assyrian religion, the palm is one of the trees identified as the Sacred Tree connecting heaven, represented by the crown of the tree, and earth, the base of the trunk ... Reliefs from the 9th century BC show winged genii holding palm fronds in the presence of the Sacred Tree ... In ancient Mesopotamia, the date palm may have represented fertility in humans ...
... Jeff Pevar - guitar Arnold McCuller - background vocals on "Penguin in a Palm Tree" Kate Markowitz - background vocals on "Penguin in a Palm Tree ...
... Above the stars was a small white palm tree ... Inside the circle figures an emblem consisting of sail, ocean and a palm tree ... The palm tree symbolises wealth ...
... Saba discovered a fountain in the desert and planted a palm tree now more than one thousand years old ... be insane, and cannot believe that the holy palm tree is either holy or a thousand years old ... When he takes his eyes from the palm, Derwent sees Mortmain’s skull cap flutter down from an outcropping where the Jew is observing the palm ...
Famous quotes containing the words palm tree, tree and/or palm:
“The oft-repeated Roman story is written in still legible characters in every quarter of the Old World, and but today, perchance, a new coin is dug up whose inscription repeats and confirms their fame. Some Judæa Capta, with a woman mourning under a palm tree, with silent argument and demonstration confirms the pages of history.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“A tree is made to live in peace in the color of day and in friendship with the sun, the wind and the rain. Its roots plunge in the fat fermentation of the soil, sucking in its elemental humors, its fortifying juices. Trees always seem lost in a great tranquil dream. The dark rising sap makes them groan in the warm afternoons. A tree is a living being that knows the course of the clouds and presses the storms because it is full of birds nests.”
—Jacques Roumain (19071945)
“O Love, what hours were thine and mine,
In lands of palm and southern pine;
In lands of palm, of orange-blossom,
Of olive, aloe, and maize and vine.”
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)