Andrew Sean H
Their Tree Of Life - Poem by Andrew Sean H
with their backs against a tree, they leaned in looking
up-wards - paused
in lieu of each others silence, out of respect for
what each other now sought.
how far do the roots of such trees grow he thought-
what songs do the birds sing from these branches,
she imagined further of the birds, and when they leave for the sky,
do they hear their song echo, or see a direction of light...
he considered the ground, the feel and need of
roots and the rocks-
what minerals to draw, what water to find.
now, with their essence of thought&being conjoined,
in a ring in and around their tree-
leafs and buds will continue to grow, fall, fertilize
and spreadseed... their happened alliance -
a symbol now of growth into eternity.
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