Once upon a time there was a willow tree, Maple, who loved life and the creation of the world around her. She was so deeply connected to the cycles of nature that she could feel the joy of the sun, the wind, and the rain.
Every morning, Maple would wake up to the morning light and be filled with a sense of awe and wonder for the beauty of the world around her. She loved the birds singing in the trees and the buzzing of the bees in the meadow.
But one day, a great storm came and destroyed the meadow, leaving Maple alone in her sorrow. She could no longer feel the joy of life around her, and instead felt the sadness of the destruction of her world.
Although the meadow was gone, Maple still held onto the hope that life would bloom again. She held onto her belief in the power of nature to restore beauty and life, even in the face of tragedy.
Every day, Maple would look out upon the meadow, hopeful that one day it would be restored. And even if it never was, Maple held onto her faith that life and creation were never far away.