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Planting Tree Poems

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

Tree planting
It is better to plant your own tree than to stone someone else's fruits 

May 18, 2023...

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Categories: tree, wisdom,

Haiku Translations I
Haiku Translations I

As the monks sip their morning tea,
chrysanthemums quietly blossom.
—Matsuo Basho, loose translation by Michael R. Burch

The fragrance of plum blossoms
on a foggy path:

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Categories: tree, animal, flower, moon, nature,

The Lonely Tree
You’ve all seen me, on your walks, your travels - the lonely tree
If you have had a thought - your probably would have just said,...

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© Jo Young  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tree, nature,

Unplanned Tree Planting
By George P. Lumayag

The birds tweet to the architect
to support Urban Tree Planting.

Its principle to plant trees is innate;
but a tree on the gutter symbolizes

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Categories: tree, bird,

Premium Member Flowers and Trees
Marigolds with your ruffled edges and your prissy girly ways,
You uplift me on my most almost horrific downward days.
Lilacs fragrances wafting about in every one...

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Categories: flower, tree,

Premium Member My Crumpled Thoughts

I am tired of making lists for the store,                ...

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Categories: tree, blue, cheer up, humor,

planting a tree
Tree planting

We, schoolchildren, were sent to a field to plant trees
I was given a handful of samplings and a mall spade
the soil was black and...

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Categories: tree, anti bullying, appreciation,

Veins of a Bonfire
and for our fifth anniversary, wood;
at that age love’s roots are hopeful, flexible,
damp: feeling fresh earth with fingers 
stretching and toes padding. A landscape found.


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Categories: tree, analogy,

Premium Member Gown of Green
Her gown of sprouting green, sleeves of new leaves
Jade shade illuminates fresh summer rain
Woven gossamer silk on turquoise trees
Threaded through her mare's alabaster manes
Planting gold...

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Categories: hope, nature, tree,

Part Time Poet
Though lately I have no impulse to eat an apple
 I understand why people do so
For humans are built in a similar fashion
All different variations...

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Categories: tree, beautiful, heart, inspirational, meaningful,

Premium Member Leaf Factories or Just Rake The Leaves Without Whining By: Tom Wright
Leaf Factories
Just Rake The Leaves Without Whining
By: Tom Wright

I see leaves,
in assorted hues of red, yellow, and rust,
reminding me of paint splotches,
from the palate of...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: god, nature, tree,

Premium Member Clumsy Cousins
I wonder if THC
and our Holy Cooperative Spirit
could be cousins
like Grandmother Moon
and Grandmother Tree.

Why do you want to wonder 
about something as curious as that,


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Categories: tree, cousin, health, humor, myth,

Premium Member A Jury of His Peers
An old man long in years, in threadbare coat, with grizzled hair, and eyes aged and heavy.
Stood with withered hands once strong and true, which...

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Categories: tree, daughter, death, father, father

Premium Member Stalked by August Trees
Every time I change directions
lately, and possibly beforely,
Trees stand by to mentor
and nurture,
to feed with branched hands
to bleed when uprooted
from aptic past centuries
of hibernating winter...

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Categories: tree, august, community, food, health,

In the center of my heart
She planted a tree.
Happiness a branch I'd soon know.
The leaves sprouting in full with
no limitation to height.
The roots carry the...

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Categories: tree, black african american, black