The dogwood flower
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On Print: "A Legend of The Dogwood Tree When Christ was on earth, the dogwood grew to a towering size with a lovely hue. Its branches were strong and interwoven and for Christ's cross its timbers were chosen. Being distressed at the use of this wood, Christ made a promise which still holds good: 'Not ever again shall the dogwood grow to be large enough for such a tree, and so slender and twisted it shall always be with cross-shaped blossoms for all to see. The Petals shall have bloodstains marked in brown and in the blossom's center a thorny crown. All who see it will think of me, nailed to a cross from a dogwood tree. Protected and cherished this tree shall be a reflection to all of my agony.'"
Print Shape: Portrait/Vertical