Tag: trees

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by Douglas Young
The Minister said it wad dee, / the cypress buss I plantit. / But the buss grew...
by Angus Dunn
Walking through the same trees / though in a different language / wading in the long river running / of...
by Hadewijch of Antwerp
In the beginning Love satisfies us. / When Love first spoke to me of love - / How I laughed at her in return!...
by Sue Butler
You hold the sapling straight, backfill, / heel it in. A rainbow / pours from the watering can.
by Ken Cockburn
a springtime ash, whose leaves emerge from black / an unlocked ash, so profligate with keys...
by Réne Stefanelli
Some friendly soul, quite near old age, / when time to think is plenty, sits, / still spry enough, beneath an olive tree, / to take...
by Brian Johnstone
They range amongst the upper limbs / like primates encumbered with care, / / find parts of trees we’d recognise / as human gestures on the level, / / pass...
by Judita Vaičiūnaitė
A white cat / dozing on the windowsill / on a clear Easter evening, / outside the window rustling / with the Vilnia’s waters / a blossoming plumtree / from the hundred-year-old...
by Margaret Tait
I’m out here now / on the roof. Look! / I had to get nearer the sky, / For the city was too full of...
by Jane Hirshfield
It is foolish / to let a young redwood / grow next to a house. / / Even in this / one lifetime, / you will have to choose. / / That great calm...
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