Snake Pod Tree
Dreamed 1989/3/16; painted 1995, oil on plywood, 24 x 20", by Jenny Badger Sultan
I am in the desert with Kathy and a few others. We walk into a clump of plants and observe the life in them--flowers, insects, etc. A little distance away I see a tree with roundish leaves and dark pods, kind of oval. Reminds me of the trees that used to grow on Bonnie Toxby’s street in Altadena. Kathy and I go over to check it out.
Kathy says, “What should be inside?” I know that it is a nesting place for a snake--but somehow neither of the ones I open has its snake inside. But if I go on opening them, I expect to find a snake.
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