Elisabeth Anne Wingle


Oak Tree - Poem by Elisabeth Anne Wingle

See the mighty oak
It seems she lost her coat
Of yellow and red

Topic(s) of this poem: fall, nature

Form: Haiku


Comments about Oak Tree by Elisabeth Anne Wingle

  • Bri Edwards (10/4/2017 10:23:00 PM)


    topics: fall, nature? OK, Lisa. thanks for the inspiration. yours to MyPoemList. mine to my PH list of poems.

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    Autumn: The Mighty Oak Loses Her “Coat” ….[ Falling Leaves; Fun Inspired By The Poem ‘Oak Tree ‘ By Elisabeth Anne Wingle ]


    Oh!

    Of all the seasons to lose one's coat!
    At least she's NOT on a channel ferry boat,
    with wind whipping up the sea in waves huge,
    and rain falling “like dogs and cats”, a real deluge.

    And at least I see she's still got on her lingerie,
    flimsy, floating, colored a shade green-gray.
    Some will call it by name: “Spanish moss”.
    I like how the wind does gently toss …
    It! !

    (October 4th, 2017)
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    bri ;)
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 20, 2016



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