Submit Your Poems
Get Your Premium Membership
Quote of the Day

Quote Left"A contented mind is the greatest blessing a man can enjoy in this world."Quote Right

by Joseph Addison

  |  Comment

See and share Beautiful Nature Photos and amazing photos of interesting places

Christmas Tree: Organic Form, Artificial Symbol

Stephen Parker Avatar  Send Soup Mail  Block poet from commenting on your poetry

Below is the poem entitled Christmas Tree: Organic Form, Artificial Symbol which was written by poet Stephen Parker. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.

Read Poems by Stephen Parker

Best Stephen Parker Poems

+ Fav Poet

Christmas Tree: Organic Form, Artificial Symbol

Towering, organic orifice; 
Spiring, glistening steeple
Wholesome, organic form; 
Brokered, burnished symbol
Environmentally-conditioned 
organism; Artificially-renovated 
copse
Bland, earthy edifice; Bright, 
glowing orb
Dull, lifeless timber; Vibrant, 
veiled oracle
Shielded, sheltered ember; 
Shiny, showcased beacon
Soaring, sylvan sentinel; 
Stunted, cropped cinder
Cherished, nourished fodder; 
Chosen, sanctified shroud
Pristine, woody carbine; 
Refinished, domesticated 
chalice

Post Comments

Please Login to post a comment
  1. Date: 12/1/2010 6:19:00 AM
    We are having our first laying snowfall this morning in Springfield,Ohio. December 1,2010 what a way to enter this month. It is absolutely beautiful and finds me in good spirits. I have enjoyed reading your poetry this morning Stephen. Looking forward to reading more. Have a wonderful day. Love, Carol

  1. Date: 11/30/2010 4:14:00 PM
    Interesting terminology relating to the Christmas Tree...They sometimes seem cold and artificial but home can bring life into the tree whether cut once live tree or one artificial from the store or one in a bucket of dirt that is to be replanted the decorations can bring life..Thanks for stopping by and understanding the shaken coke spewing forth like fog..Sara

  1. Date: 11/30/2010 10:44:00 AM
    I love the sharp contrasts in each line, Stephen. Sort of a "what it is vs what it should be" analogy. Excellent poem! Best wishes, Carolyn