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Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich
Categories: naturetree,tree,

My Tree's Seasons

spring wakens my tree - a bejeweled perfumed bride. . . . love birds make their nest summer’s yellowed lawn beneath my tree’s sombrero. . . . grass breathes sweet relief fall’s quick change artist - from green to gold to crimson. . . . disrobed, my tree naps For PD's All About Trees (old/new) poem Poetry contest


Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich
Categories: dark,

Destiny

a child plays alone watching from behind a tree the predator smiles


Poem Details | by Poet Destroyer A
Categories: autumn,beauty,blessing,de

Silent Voice

--Tree Silhouette-- 

shimmering tree
there’s no footsteps around       
but fallen leaves 

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afternoon twilight
heaven is listening
peaceful lonesomeness
  
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Autumn waits 
wind blows the mind   
leaves falling softly

By:PD


Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire
Categories: happiness,holiday

seasonal guests

plucked from frozen hills

evergreen scents fill our homes...

     lights flicker with joy




*Entry for Andrea's "Haiku Me a Christmas Tree" contest


Poem Details | by Charmaine Chircop
Categories: spring

Haiku 40 till Haiku 47 beneath the sakura tree

cherry blossoms drift upon the white casket -a fading pink hue --- she scatters his ashes where cherry blossoms bloom -life after life ---- early miscarriage -cherry blossoms wither before leaves bloom - - - my unborn child -cherry blossoms wither too soon - - - cherry blossoms in hues of pink -our baby girl - - - first cherry falls upon melting snowflakes -Spring's blossom --- cherry blossom -i lick fresh sweetness from his lips --- beneath the sakura tree i shape a heart of petals -without you Not for the contest but tnks Susan and friends you are an inspiration


Poem Details | by Pandita Sanchez
Categories: bird,fruit,nature,summer,

Ripe Mangos

Ripe Mangos
overripe mangos falling from a pregnant tree- worms ready for feast


Poem Details | by Conor Jordan
Categories: nature

Blue Velvet Sky

Clouds Wisp Like Velvet,

Across The Everplain Sky.

A Tree Stands Silent.


Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez
Categories: blessing,

FRAGRANT TOUCH


(Dedication: For Regina Riddle)
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Tree caterpillar crawling
Strong windy debris;
Blown over the bough

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Violet blossoms
Vine decorations dancing;
Sun and breeze move

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Joy wears a face:
Your smiles highlight;
Dazzle of morning

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Hasty scribblings
Poetry in motion;
Grassy blooms unnoticed

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Rose garden memories
Touch of rapture;
Thorny issues exfoliate

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Sweet yellow guava
Pleasant tasty treat;
Oxford Road townhouse

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This old Jasmine tree
Fondly remembers;
Our rowdy flower picking

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Joy wears a face
Nature reveals seasons;
Change comes to all

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Look to strange change
To re-jig feelings;
Afternoon rain respite

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Be of good cheer
Bear with bad weather;
Dance with danger

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Mid-autumn frolic
Peace in kind harvest;
Moon cakes and moonlight

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Ghosts of lovers past
Touch of fond rapture;
Breezy plumeria garden

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Voice in the wind
Fragrant with rain;
Black clouds threaten

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Evening stroll
Hand-in-hand;
Plumeria flowers preside

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So much to discern
Harmony trees here;
Gardens By The Bay

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Evening serenade
Cicadas and frogs;
Sounds at nightfall

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Orchard Boulevard stroll
Sense surrounds;
Fragrant touch sifting

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Two yellow butterflies
Fluttering between shrubs;
Sky Bridge tower above

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Haiku surprise
Or senryu moment;
Experience reveals

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Observe dear heart
What nature shows;
See things clearly

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Frangipani tree
Crimson and red flowers;
Walkway perfumery 

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Leon Enriquez
10 August 2014
Singapore


Poem Details | by Valerie Staton
Categories: flower,tree,

Weeping Willow

Aphids like to dine
on the hardy willow tree
deciduous treat

Lay down your burdens
Weeping willow; cry no more
A new day has come

Let the morning mist 
Plant dew drop kisses upon
Wounds of yesterday

Let the noon day sun
Kiss your ground sweeping branches
With wild abandon

Beautiful yellow flowers
Graceful and refined
Cleave to bended boughs


Poem Details | by Poet Destroyer A
Categories: art,nature,wind,

Snowy Window

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albino ~VIEW~
Persian tailed jackrabbit
ebony awaits 

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January breeze
snowbird, whistles on tree top
where did x-mass go?

by;p.d.  



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