Like A Single Tree - Poem by Deb Panda
Long ago stood a single tree cold
with sky, without bending single trunk
For wish, above under growth and rushed:
None shielded; If insular mind sunk
Years swept with dust and dew
and unrequited still be; rose past
and passed down screaming sun, grew
older with me, fluttering fancies cast..
To nature, aside with dearth love
if known, since stars and heaven
warrant sun; all that he gave
unharmed and uncut in the soulful inn.....
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