RieKairu Calo

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The Tree


Have you ever seen a big guy with a green hair
who hide a story for all of you to share
it is a tree who discover a love
that will cover our hearts like a glove

In a tree where the two hearts meet
who always go their even though they are weak
But the world is so mad that it against them
they still be together over and over again

The tree seen what they experienced
even protect them to those impatience
the tree is reserved for their privacy
to express their love romantically

But the time has come that there's no more to hide
the tree has been gone they are loosing their guide
now they have been worrying to be separated
if it happens maybe in life, there is nothing to be presented

But they realize how the tree gives important
To their love it treats the world like a servant
They give life to the things that the tree cares
That no one of them would ever dare

A tree may be normal in our sight
But it can give more memorable stories to our life
Like the lovers who stole a moments
In a simple tree who is only the one who gives enjoyment

Submitted: Thursday, September 17, 2009
Edited: Thursday, September 17, 2009

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