The Great Oak - Poem by Naveed Akram
A great oak greeted me, with eyes glinting momentarily,
Joining us in the church, the pews soon were filled;
Hoping to achieve the best results, an axe was used
For the benefit of churchgoers, for their benefit.
Holding the ring was a couple of strangers,
Bride and bridegroom, in happiness soon.
The tree entered and confused us with its display,
Moving back again, answering us positively.
This great wedding has ended due to the great oak.
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