hormish woo


Ginkgo Trees of Toronto, a Old-time Canada


I look ginkgo trees of Toronto and think about
A living ginkgo tree is a sole survivor
The same as period with dinosaurs

A sole surviving species, genus and family
In plant kingdom, unfortunately
All dinosaurs had been missed

I am watching ginkgo trees
They are very easy and natural to imagine
A old-time Canada

To see and study
Meaningful and special
Pituresgue and reminiscent

Botanists have found
That they had been fossilized
Then a living ginkgo tree has been found again

It's about 75 million years ago
That human being unborn realms
Of a old-time Canada

March 2,2008 Hormish Garden of Toronto 9: 00-10: 30pm

Submitted: Sunday, January 24, 2010
Edited: Monday, September 06, 2010
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