Summer Song

Rookie (July 13,1991 / Indiana)

Oh unchanging tree


Such a beautiful thing Is a tree.
In summer, in winter, in spring, in fall
the beauty of a tree, doesn't change at all

The leaves fall to the ground
all the richest beautiful color
can be found

The snow falls
but it doesn't hurt the tree,
it just lays on it's branches
like frosting on a cake

Then it gets warm, the snow melts.
Say goodbye to to winter, say hello to sping.
New life is such a beautiful thing

But so is the tree, the beautiful mighty tree.
That stands alone as the seasons pass
as when you were old or just a lass.

A tree must have a heart, because when it falls to the ground.
No Joy can be found..

So when you see a tree say hello, they can get lonely you know.
Tell them a story, tell them a poem, they will listen.
This I know

Submitted: Sunday, March 12, 2006
Edited: Sunday, March 12, 2006

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  • Rookie Charles Chaim Wax (3/12/2006 8:45:00 PM)

    the great heart of being
    in all matter
    and great trees
    feel
    feel deeply
    and need a kind word
    as do all of us
    and this you tell
    so well
    and the world should
    listen
    must listen
    a wonderful poem (Report) Reply

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