Image from the LIFE magazine website. Description of photo can be found in the Life Visits the Hatfields and McCoys – May 22, 1944 – magazine article.
I stood beneath a hollow tree, the blast it hollow blew;
I thought upon the hollow world, and all its hollow crew,
Ambition and its hollow schemes, the hollow hopes we follow;
Imagination’s hollow dreams — all hollow, hollow, hollow!
A crown is but a hollow thing, and hollow heads oft wear it.
The hollow title of a king, what hollow hears oft bear it;
No hollow wiles, nor sweetest smiles of ladies fair, I follow;
For beauty sweet still hides deceit; ’tis hollow, hollow, hollow!
The hollow leader but betrays the hollow dupes who heed him;
The hollow critic vends his praise to hollow dupes who feed him;
The hollow friend who takes your hand is but a summer swallow;
Whatever I see is like this tree — all hollow, hollow, hollow.
Title: The Bridgemen’s Magazine, Volume 16
Authors: International Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers, International Association of Bridge, Structural, and Ornamental Iron Workers
Publisher: International Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers, 1916