A Man And The Tree Poem by Dr. M. Asim Nehal

A Man And The Tree

Rating: 4.8


A man started to wonder
About the life of a tree
Standing at a place
Without a single movement
How it must be feeling?
Same sun from same place
Same moon from same place
Same wind, but from different directions
Life must be boring and redundant!
To strengthen its place
And for smooth growth
The roots go deep down the ground
The stem grows thick and hard
Look at me, I am moving
From places to places
And I see the different things
From different places
Same sun but rising from all directions
Same moon, but from different horizons
The world for me is a playground
And I keep moving
I come back to this tree only
When I am tired or hungry
And I thank Almighty
For these two legs without roots…

Monday, October 31, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: life,philosophical
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Dr Pintu Mahakul 31 October 2016

While we think about philosophy of life and compare this with tree and we feel this world as playground. Same moon, same sun, same wind but perceptions as per our actions differ. Still a man wonders about life of a tree. This is interesting definitely.....rating 10 for this.

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M Asim Nehal 12 January 2019

Thanks much Pintu Ji.

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Edward Kofi Louis 01 November 2016

To thank the Creator Almighty always! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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M Asim Nehal 12 January 2019

Thank u so much my friend Edward....

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T Rajan Evol 19 January 2019

Brilliant poem, Stationary versus moving things. Man and tree wonderful comparision.

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Nabakishore Dash 12 December 2021

True the plants don't move like us, but go deep into soil and high in sky.These are all wonderful in the creation.Your poem is very nice and I enjoyed reading it Dr Nehal.

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Robert Murray Smith 24 August 2021

A great contrast.

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me poet yeps poet 15 May 2021

The roots go deep down the ground The stem grows thick and hard Look at me, I am moving U R THE MAN I THE TEE AUSSIES LOVE ROOTING KNOW YE MORE MOVING TREES LOL MAN

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Michael Jack 23 April 2021

A great philosophical conclusion.

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Indira Renganathan 20 April 2021

A wonderful thought and write....5*****

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