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Poems About: TREE

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  • 313.
    Ego Tree

    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
  • 314.
    Triolet: Grackle

    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
  • 315.
    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.
  • 316.
    'While The Birds Sing At The Top Of The Tree'

    Rivers flow lonely to the sea,
    When the sunset is coming down,
    While the birds sing at the top of the tree. read more »

    Lindemberg Pereira da Silva
  • 317.
    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
  • 318.
    bloodline ***** MARCHAN BEACH

    to papa romeo and to his 8 remaining siblings, uncle berto, ramon, gondino, jun-taks, adit, alexander, auntie helen and sergio marchan

    here there's tree house
    of course tossed up by the tree read more »

    Rommel Mark Dominguez Marchan
  • 319.
    Friend

    I sit under this tree
    This tree as seen a lot more then I have
    I’m not get any younger
    Either is this tree read more »

    Marla Smith
  • 320.
    not to molest the trees

    do not use wood
    in a sense do not cut a tree
    do not use paper
    in a sense do not write anything there read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 321.
    zen poem7

    Sitting in wood

    lamp ed a small read more »

    naran naran
  • 322.
    A Tree

    Dwell not on misfortunes
    obsessions, rancour and
    cynicism, memories age,
    encoded in bark read more »

    alex sarich
  • 323.
    Spring comes only once.

    The spring strikes; the trees blossom.
    Bees swam and the trees bloom.
    The autumn strikes; the trees shed.
    Bees are nowhere around the trees. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 324.
    I'm a king on a distant shore

    I'm a king on a distant shore
    In a land where there is no war
    My subjects are many
    You can find them everywhere read more »

    Gary Griffith Sr.
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