Tree Verse Poems

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


Premium MemberThe Ecstatic Calliope by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
"Here rise to life again, dead poetry!
Let it, O holy Muses, for I am yours,
And here Calliope, strike a higher key,
Accompanying my song with that...

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Categories: verse, freedom, identity, imagery, imagination,

Sore Simplicity by Annabelle Jane
For the first time in months I feel simply
                ...

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Categories: verse, lost love,



April Snow by Brigid Foley
Of pink or white I don't quite know
the blossom tree of April snow.
Rebirth in spring creation wise,
on winters tale to clear blue skies.
A tree once...

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Categories: april,

Premium Memberdeaths being by sand blown
i am the being
the craftsman
the caution
circumstance and workshop
are 'mine' caring...
absence and question
are light of the world
a place to create
entanglement
with the 'mineness'
of others...
life and death
appointment
from birth
as...

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Categories: verse, absence, age, analogy,

I am trapped by Jali the Bard
Lost in a world of regrets and dejection
Struggling for an escape
But I am shackled between a rock and a hard place
With no key in sight...

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Categories: verse, depression, grief, heartbreak, suicide,

Acacia Tree by Mary E.W. Stephenson
Outrageous and tumultuous forces of sorrow and deceit suffused her world.
It was her fortitude in its pureness and positive conceptualization of herself
that unfurled.
Whilst rivers and...

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Categories: verse, woman,

Premium MemberNight Storm by Maurice Rigoler


A washed out halo rings the moon,
a rainbow barely holding. Across her distant face, 
herds of silent clouds rush by, blending
into each other as if...

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Categories: verse, rainbow,

Premium MemberGood Question - What is a poem, anyway by Gershon Wolf
So, what is a poem, anyway?
  Should it have a fixed number of lines?
    Should it rhyme all the time? ...

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Categories: verse, poems, poetry, word play,

Premium MemberHickory Sunrise by Dale Gregory Cozart
The morning's first cup is sweetest,
rich and hot, as I look through
my kitchen window at the hickory.

The low branches will come off first.

Once upon a...

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Categories: verse, autumn, childhood, imagery, nostalgia,

Magical life by fauxcroft wade
Manifesting in the ether of an old mystic temple

A tree grew in iridescent filigree dropping leaves eternally

Growing mysteriously never being seen differently

I see birds, white...

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Categories: verse, dream, fantasy, magic, meaningful,

Premium MemberOn the Cindered Shoulders of Confused Men by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
“Fire burning in a hill
The lines are rocky rough
Red angels wait to pick remains
The cindered shoulder
Of confused men” 
(Peter Murphy)
 





"On the Cindered Shoulders of...

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Categories: verse, betrayal, dark, destiny, fate,

Premium MemberCould I ever Be Free by Victor Buhagiar
Summer hot and sultry,
I stood in my overcrowded greenhouse,
suffocating as if I were in a steam bath.
The summer orchids bloomed,
especially the cattleyas,
the undisputable queens.
They all...

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Categories: verse, bird, garden,

Premium MemberBlitzkrieg : A Kookaburra Laughs by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
“Now behind the eyes and secrets of the dreamers in the streets rocked to sleep by the sea, see the titbits and topsyturvies, bobs and...

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Categories: verse, dark, destiny, dream,

Premium MemberJUST WAITING FOR SOMEONE by SYLVIA Coulstock
There’s a pile of red bricks in the corner,
The raised flower bed’s half done.
There’s sand and cement for the remainder...
Just waiting for someone.

Another year before...

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Categories: verse, funny, garden, satire,

Premium MemberMy Retreat by Caren Krutsinger
I have created a gorgeous retreat for myself.
Three beautiful huge windows bring treetops inside.
I feel one with my forest.
A cardinal swoops past the window, lands...

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Categories: verse, environment,

SORRY BUT YOU HAVE KILLED YOUR OWN by Legen Tenni
The way you decode your words MR professor to those ambitious students in your class
And with that so called lecturing you drop a big mass...

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Categories: verse, feelings, political, sorrow, sorry,

Premium MemberCAN'T SEE IT BUT I BELIEVE IT by James Edward Lee Sr.
All things are possible when you believe
I accept (something) as true;
Just as I feel sure;
Of the truth of belief;

Just because you physically don't see the...

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Categories: verse, appreciation, assonance, blessing, confidence,

Premium MemberReasons Not To Kill Ourselves by Gerald Dillenbeck
Mother Trees
will subdue deforesting Earth.

International Green Parties
will conjoin Democratic Organisms,
not so much Machines,
to re-invite WinWin ReBorn RePublics
of and for CommonGround bicameral healthy-wealth,
short- through long-term
wellbeing outcomes.

Those...

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Categories: verse, business, death, education, funny

Take Me to Your Leader I Plead by Haley Fisher
Mesmerizing lights glimmer and flash,
your spaceship lands; loud as a lightning crash.
I race down the stairs to meet you under our tree,
it has been years...

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Categories: verse, adventure, cute love, fantasy,

Premium MemberGod's Wind by Caren Krutsinger
The wind rises up just enough to cool me and get a bit of attention.

It has been unbearably hot, we are on a school bus,...

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Categories: verse, wind,