Treasure Island

Dr Shamim ali

Trees Are Much Like Human Beings

Trees are much like human beings
Although they are never discontented like us
Grip the ground as they like it hold fast not to leave it
Wandering forth in all direction moving with the light of sun
Trees could scream only, when humans are
inconsiderate about cutting them down
Trees are much like human beings
The tree is more than first a seed,
Gripping the ground fast a stem
Holding it not to move a living trunk
lying miserably as corpse a dead timber
Trees are much like human beings

Submitted: Wednesday, June 08, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, June 08, 2011

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