Quotations About / On: TREE
'Always a thorny tree lives well as it has extra prerogative'
(- - Indian Poet, Pijush Biswas, [12 July,1988])
You say save the trees: I say save the people.
(I am influenced by June Jordan's anti-green thought. I was like this long before, too. To me, people and their needs are more important than trees-the opposite of green thinking in this country.)
The truth grows like the big oak tree.
Every mature tree from twig to root yearns to be home for flocks of birdfruit.
A thorny tree survives more in the forest.
'Look those ancient trees with ancient land marks; they do tell stories'
(from my poem; somewhere in the night.)
Each night the Tree of Nut out of naught knits neat nuts.
The trees of life randomly grow but the graves of Arlington are set in rows.
A wise monkey climbs a thorny tree via an epiphyte.
The tallest tree is not necessarily the strongest.