The Wisdom of the Trees

Poem by: Lord Hoth

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just some thoughts on what the trees might have learned over the course of thier lives.

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Submitted: August 01, 2007

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Tall and bold

Strong and old

Live then die

They never once let out a sigh

They are content to sit and learn

And from there patience wisdom earn

They have seen men be born

They have seen men die and there family be forlorn

They have experienced the many changing seasons

And have seen men kill without any good reasons

They've watched in silence as we wage war

They did not flinch at the gore

They are perfectly made

They cannot even harm grass not a single blade

But there is a flaw in the design plan

Trees have no mouth with wich to speak there wisdom to man

 


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