Poems About: TREE
Poems on / about :
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145.Tree Of Life
tree of life
tree of love
tree from god up above
this tree was implanted in our hearts at birth read more »louis rams
146.Y.. Tree of Life
The tree of life
It has a branch
A money making branch read more »Aufie Zophy
Some trees look like sons to me.
Some like mothers.
Some are daughters, brides, read more »Shiv Kumar Batalvi
148.A lonely tree
At a road where the road off
where lonesome is the road
at mid of no where
A lonely tree is standing there read more »sallam yassin
149.Song of the Little White Girl
Cabbage tree, cabbage tree, what is the matter?
Why are you shaking so? Why do you chatter?
Because it is just a white baby you see,
And it's the black ones you like, cabbage tree? read more »Katherine Mansfield
IN the Garden of Eden, planted by God,
There were goodly trees in the springing sod,—
Trees of beauty and height and grace, read more »Bliss William Carman
151.The Leafless Tree
Life - the life of my company started with an idea, much like planting a
seed that began the life of a single tree.
The tree slowly develops and occasionally produces a leaf, while all alone
primarily still a leafless tree. read more »John C. Sudds
A tree stood so strong on top of a hill.
It was majestic and handsome, gracious if you will
It was a shelter to some, to others a toy read more »Lauren Saari
153.Trees Reflect Memories
Trees sprout from a tiny seed
Grow majestic to see
Whether an oak or a maple
Or a China Berry tree read more »Marilyn Lott
Down on the hill slope a tree was there with flowers on it,
Season came and season goes,
it remain there with shade and fruits to give, read more »hemu gupta
155.Beneath the Trees..
Beneath the trees is a place I call my own,
a place where you and I can make a home.
Beneath the trees are memories I miss,
it's also the place of our very first kiss. read more »Kayla Bryant
156.A Tree And A Man, Of Unreturned Love! -new-
A tree might love a human
As might a priest secretly a nun
Yet a tree would and cannot speak
Thus to his own feelings a priest would stick read more »Dash Black