poet Marilyn Lott

Marilyn Lott

The Majestic Tree

They are tall and reach for the sky
Their branches stretch like arms
Home to our feathery creatures
Sheltering animals from harm

They grace our yards with charisma
As their leaves rustle in the breeze
Then they turn brilliant colors
Before they experience a freeze

In spring tiny buds start to sprout
As the weather changes again
Once more they are rich and full
Their designs a delightful blend

Ah yes, it’s the way of nature
Always so special to me
We are so very lucky to have
The wonderful majestic tree!

Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 22, 2009

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  • Ravi ARavi A (9/25/2009 1:49:00 PM)

    A poem that carries the soft tones of life. Such poems as this would really give any reader total peace and ease of mind. It would certainly elevate him to a bissful state too. I have a similar poem 'A green foliage' on page 1. You may read. Your poem also would bring in the attention of public of the importance of preserving Nature. Thanks.

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  • David Harris (9/22/2009 11:16:00 AM)

    Marilyn, you are so right trees are majestic. I have a soft spot for tree and all that live within the shelter of their leaves. Top marks and thank for sharing this my friend.
    Hugs David

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  • Lakshmi Venkataraman (9/22/2009 11:00:00 AM)

    aah! !
    nice one! !
    indeed in current situation o excessive trees being cut.... induces the importance of their presence! ! !
    i truly enjoyed it keep it upp

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  • Kesav EaswaranKesav Easwaran (9/22/2009 9:48:00 AM)

    beautiful 'tree-tribute' Marilyn! thanks...10

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