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Poems About: TREE

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  • 49.
    The innocence of a tree shaken into guilt

    my legs, running but not touching the ground
    my hands as if I was tying a very tight tie
    thousands of blood vessels trapped
    I used to love that tree read more »

    Geof Lusins
  • 50.
    Brooklyn Trees or A Lesson for Hipsters

    Roots running deep
    Crisscrossing below ground
    Brooklyn trees are old trees
    Hipsters can’t change that read more »

    Alfonso Siverls
  • 51.
    Pappepee

    Pappepee is a bumble bee
    who wants to have a honey tree
    why? he simply is a lazy bee!
    he flew over the sea read more »

    Estrellita Dedel
  • 52.
    Tangerine, A sonorant Coercer

    Trees, were trees made first
    Such a sonorant coercer amid
    Rolling innermost circles, to the tree
    Down are the seas with an over look read more »

    Paul Mwenelupembe
  • 53.
    Under Our Tree

    Like fine diamonds, the stars could shine
    The evening breeze blowing so fair,
    From the dark end I could see none,
    And from the light end I could see you come, read more »

    Gaylord Munemo
  • 54.
    Old Trees

    Old trees, old trees! in your mystic gloom
    There's many a warrior laid,
    And many a nameless and lonely tomb
    Is sheltered beneath your shade. read more »

    Abram Joseph Ryan
  • 55.
    Among the Trees

    I wonder lost among the trees
    Looking for the one my heart calls for

    I wonder lost among the trees read more »

    kelly Martini
  • 56.
    An uncreative medicine

    no hope
    no friend
    no family
    no home read more »

    Nyein Way
  • 57.
    Reservation For One

    This is my tree, my tree, my tree,
    My one lone tree, pear tree,
    It grows, overflows, it grows it’s fruit,
    Alone, only for me. read more »

    Suzanne Louise Bishop
  • 58.
    A POEM OF SYNTAX

    A poet and his bird, his dog, his cat and his tree
    A poet and the bird in the tree
    A poet and his dog in the tree
    A poet and his dog in the tree and the wind and the cloud read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 59.
    Knowing Of A Tree

    It is a good thing indeed
    When someone plants a seed
    And to watch and help it grow
    So someday, it to be a tree. read more »

    Randy McClave
  • 60.
    Fig tree

    MY BEST FRIEND LIES UNDER THE FIG TREE
    HE HAS A FINE TIME AND HE ENJOYS IT
    WHAT IS WRONG FROM START COULD BE
    RIGHT IN THE END read more »

    Pierre Rausch
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