inguruwatta pushpadewa

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the talking tree


in the time of history people are care to tree
The roots spread everywhere at the compound area by tree
believe it has unique power in between forest and village tree
the roots over came from wall actually can be wait and see one moment it has holly look for eye

one two leaf missing from tree branch and flew up and drop the earth
one is brown color one is mild green color although all are same shape
if we have many land it is plant some where people will start war ship for this nice tree
the water and flower with stick of sandal wood it make console people

it listen whole villagers sorrow mourn with future hope every day and night
somebody hanged many of coins this tree branch with thousand of hope
somebody decorate by various type flags there have beautiful look than other tree
people kneeling and whispering thousand of thing the tree leaf move from it beat

every people watering from many of pots of water after walk around two three round
the monk lecturing thousand of holly talk beneath this strange tree around
thousand of holly phrase state the noble people with pleasure mood
thought will be calm if sitting one moment it can be talk with people beloved

Submitted: Monday, June 09, 2014

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