One of the best new words I’ve come across is Psithurism:
Psithurism: (n.) the sound of the wind through trees.
Even the sound of the word pronounced perfectly describes the way wind moves through the trees in a quick and fluid sound.
It’s the rustling of leaves breaking the stillness of the forest.
It’s the easy breeze of grass blowing in the wind all across the Earth.
Go step out into the forest and hear it!
Photo: Unsplash, Nasa Goddard Space Flight
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3 thoughts on “Psithurism: The Wind in the Trees”
Happy to learn such a beautiful new word.
Happy to learn this new word. Thank you!
You’re welcome! Thank you for reading =]