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hormish woo


A Old Ginkgo Tree Meditating on the Past at U of T


A ginkgo tree
The same period as dinosaur
Looking at the ginkgo tree
Meditating on the past as I saw
Oh! Old-time Canada I saw

A lemon tree
With rain dropping on the leaves more
Looking at the ginkgo tree
Meditating on the past as I saw
Oh! Old-time Canada I saw

A banana tree
With laker and growing throughout lake shore
Looking at the ginkgo tree
Meditating on the past as I saw
Oh! Old-time Canada I saw

A fern tree
With tropical rain forest and dinosaur
Looking at the ginkgo tree
Meditating on the past as I saw
Oh! Old-time Canada I saw

Feb 17,2008 Hormish Garden of Toronto 7: 00 to 9: 30pm

Submitted: Sunday, January 24, 2010
Edited: Sunday, January 31, 2010
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