Biography of Ash Trees
Nothing much to say here. Read the poems and you'll learn it all.
Ash Trees's Works:
Ash Trees Poems
Deep blue or dark black, The time changes so quickly, From day to night, Summer to winter,
Waiting For Peace
Unsloved by generations before, The problems are passed down, Down through the bloodline, Of each family,
Starving for water, Shade an unimaginable luxury, Surviving blistering heat, The soul quickly perishing.
I walk with fiery will, I scatter pain upon your Barren land, Enjoy it while it lasts,
This is not a catagorised issue, It's miscellaneous and wild, A blazing colour that has no name, Further than red and darker than black,
Smiling Is A Scandal
It is a scandal to smile in this world, Photographs of smiles is so over, Today it's nothing but pouts and sharp eyes, Smiling is a sign of happiness,
Deep blue or dark black,
The time changes so quickly,
From day to night,
Summer to winter,
The ocean always the same.
Though its apperence disguised
by its chameleon qualities,
The moon and suns' reflections,
A blur on its ripples.