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Tree Pastoral Poems

These Tree Pastoral poems are examples of Pastoral poems about Tree. These are the best examples of Pastoral Tree poems written by international poets.


The Real Christmas Tree
From the 3rd heaven where God's throne Resides;
Revealed In the 2nd heaven's universal lights
by a guiding star shining brightly.

Came forth God as human, Jesus Christ;
To...

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Categories: christian, christmas, faith, god,



IF GOD CAN
Sept 1,2014
IF GOD CAN

If God can make a tall tree out of a tiny seed,

if He can answer a little declaration by Joshua changing the...

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Categories: spiritual,

Woodlands
Woodlands

I love to delve in deep, dark woods, where light and shadow play,
Competing in a dappled glade, where beech and birch and bay,
Reach skywards as...

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Categories: beauty, earth, environment, tree,

Things Fall Apart
Things Fall Apart
The moon is not lighter
The day I saw the moon
The sun is not brighter
The time I saw the sun
Thee were not like this
The...

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Categories: anger,

Let The Earth Breath
The lungs of earth, are being attacked,
If we want to keep breathing its now we should act,
If not for the sake of our own peace...

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Categories: community, tree,

The White Rose
The shepherd stood on the field, frail,
He knew not what to do when and why,
As the wrathful sun did steep down,
The confused chap followed his...

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Categories: beautiful, beauty,

Premium Member A STRANGE ECLOGUE
So when he slowly descended from the hill,
with sun providing him with a blinding halo,
the other ascended and regarded him in awe.
"May I introduce myself?...

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Categories: adventure, allegory, funny, romantic,

Austria
Austria, you refresh my spirit like dew refreshes the earth
The flowers of the field are glorified in your country.
Your snow falls so silently as God...

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Categories: angel, beautiful, beauty, blessing,

THE REMINISCENCE
The green village, the colored city, the ever familiar locality
Each path, tree, house, turn, each native I have left behind
But creepers, hedges have entangled with...

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Categories: birth, childhood, memory, youth,

The Lure of the Moor
Cloaking misty hills and many a deep valley floor: 
The empty Moor presents an outlook, stoical and dour.
Seemingly barren, this mute guardian of history,
Emits an...

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Categories: imagery,

The Robin's Nest
While gathering wood one autumn day
To make a stack beside the stove,
I spied a nest along the way
Of back and forth and to and fro.

November’s...

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Categories: america, bird, nature, seasons,

Winter's Evening
Orangey hues, sifting through leaves
Persimmon, peach - pumpkin I believe
Blackened before the glow, tree branches and ends
Through crystal panes, the shadows descend
Scarcely enough to ignite...

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Categories: beautiful, december, imagery, light,

Thank you Lord
Thank you, dear God, for this good life,
for the most amazing day, guide our hearts, minds and souls, 
for the leaping greenly spirits of trees...

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Categories: bible, blessing, care, caregiving,

the lexi contest tree
In my garden there stands a tree 
Its roots and leaves grow free
The changing seasons on you I see
Lord Jesus I believe 

That you are...

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Categories: bible, christmas, growing up,

Home
The ancestral house seemed smaller, today seen with eye glasses
The pathway seemed shorter, the mangoes grow loftier
It was once open field across the hill
Mushrooming subdivisions...

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Categories: beauty, voice, weather, work,

Premium Member The Gift of May
When March had drizzled, April faded
One morning in the month of May.........
Children gathered, 'round a table

Making paste of flour, water, 
guidance from a loving mother
with...

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Categories: childhood, flower, giving, may,

Premium Member ''And so must I''
She was having a heavenly day amongst swaying flowers,
     When a north wind swept her up, swirling and twirling;
Tumbling, she lay...

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Categories: nature, spiritual,

He Died To Save
He came to save.
But the cross was the crux:
The Father's dire demand.
So he went.

He came with life,
But was lifted on a tree.
Hanging in the sun,
He...

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Categories: spiritual

Earth Tree
What has more beauty than a tree
That sways and shimmers in the cooling breeze. 
Dancing in the living wind, 
To the music of a rushing...

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Categories: tree,

He Died To Save
He came to save.
But the cross was the crux
Of the Father's dire demand.
So he went.

He came to give life,
But was lifted, left on a tree,
Hanging...

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Categories: spiritual