Poems About: TREE
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301.Under The Fig Tree
My shelter full of warmth,
Where I'm fully protected,
A place I can call home,
The silence makes it even peaceful, read more »Marlene Rashidi
We always had a Christmas tree
My wife would decorate it without me read more »Michael Gelb
303.The christmas tree
in our home there's a christmas
there's gifts under this tree
and santa claus gonna to come and
give us some gifts from his big bag read more »marie armany
Oh, apple tree,
Dark green tree,
Shall I pick an apple?
Your red apple read more »DILIPBHASKER MATHRA
305.The Trees Of Life
The trees command authority when called upon,
Young men or women proclaim facts more than brawn.
Branches of knowledge come from people called trees,
Young trees are like orchards, they are not absurdities. read more »Naveed Akram
306.Ginkgo Trees of Toronto, a Old-time Canada
I look ginkgo trees of Toronto and think about
A living ginkgo tree is a sole survivor
The same as period with dinosaurs read more »hormish woo
What tree would has grown in our land?
What leaves the tree would be growing?
The tree feels pain which must stand by its self read more »Kae Morii
The grackle fluffs his wings
And flits from tree to tree.
As warmth the daylight brings,
The grackle fluffs his wings. read more »Richard St. Clair
309.Love is more by nature than by merit.
A creeper is very much attached to the tree that it climbs on till it lasts or the tree lasts, not by the merit of the tree
but by the nature of creeper’s fragility.
Any tree in its place makes no difference.
A loving wife, widowed, can equally be a loving wife when remarried. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
310.I am a tree
I am a tree,
Sitting on this hill,
There are no other trees,
Just some bushes and those things that crawl all over me. read more »Beating Tree
it is a meadow
full of grass
trees suronded it to make a breez
this is truely my happy place read more »Grace DeVon miller
312.Trees Of The Wilderness
Trees housed in the wilderness stick to the earth,
Nations believe beyond the meaningful men who rise.
Tree after tree forsake all vegetable and fruit
When branches of faith glide into being. read more »Naveed Akram