The Moods Of A Tree - Poem by Meg Harrison
The leaves are green on the tree.
When I had envy because you were with someone else and not me.
But I had hope changTing in my heart waiting for you.
So I asked, if you want to be with me.
Your answer was yes and now I am with you.
Now the leaves are turning yellow, orange and red on the tree.
The tree reminds me of fire
also my desire to spend more time with you.
Also the warmth of your love when you put your arms around me.
As the leaves are falling the ground,
I am falling in love with you,
Somehow we can feel each other love all around.
Now the tree look like I am without you
because the tree looks empty,
It must be the day that you departed from me,
You still want to see me.
So we have so much love as the snow falls from above,
And fills the branches with white which is pure love.
The moods of love reflected in a tree
Our times together are as beautiful as the colors of the tree
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