Tree Poems

Trees have always been a source of inspiration for people around the world. From the tiny glimmer of hope signified by a tiny sprout in the ground, to the resilient mighty oak standing alone after a storm. Trees not only grow with us, but can often stay standing when we become nothing but a memory etched into their bark. One person can look at a tree and see life; another sees death. Where one person sees strength, another sees vulnerability. Trees give us life, and their influence on us is never more apparent than in poetry.
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A TREE FOR JULIAN

My great, great nephew Julian
died on May 18, 2011, and we
planted a tree in his memory.

When Julian went to heaven to be an angel,
he was only 4 months old, so sadly, we ..........
Votes: 79 Go To Complete Poem »Rating: 4.77


A TREE IS LIKE OUR MOTHER

A tree is like our mother,
whenever we play bestow its love and blessings on us.

It never let us fall,
as it treats as its own soul
It gives everything it can give
It provides us ..........
Votes: 206 Go To Complete Poem »Rating: 4.37


TREE, DEAR TREE

Tree, Dear Tree,
In the Spring, you give the birds a place to rest.
On your lovely branches I can hear a family of Robbins singing in their nest.

Some trees are short, some trees are ..........
Votes: 398 Go To Complete Poem »Rating: 4.29


MY CHRISTMAS TREE

I stand under the Christmas tree
With its light shining down upon me
I look at the angel standing on top
As if guarding heaven
I see my gingerbread ornament
With its black piercing ..........
Votes: 21 Go To Complete Poem »Rating: 4.29


RENEWED

Renewed,
I hear the wind call my name,
A force of nature that can't be tamed.
The sky is lit by the burning of the sun,
The land speaks of stories long unsung.
But to those who ..........
Votes: 79 Go To Complete Poem »Rating: 4.19


TREES ARE THE MOST KINDEST THINGS I KNOW...

Trees are the most kindest things I know.
They do no harm they simply grow.
They are the ones who share their sorrow.
We are the ones who everytime borrow.

Let us think more ..........
Votes: 52 Go To Complete Poem »Rating: 4.15


WHERE THE HAWK TREE STANDS

Beyond the woods, on White-tail Ridge,
A mighty giant stands;
Within a grove of popular trees,
It towers above the land.

The branches of this cottonwood,
Are as thick around as ..........
Votes: 51 Go To Complete Poem »Rating: 4.14


TREES, MOTHER EARTH'S GENEROUS GIFT

Oh tree, you open up your generous hand
Jutting out outstretched like holding a wand
Upon your branches nesting birds building
Assured of comfort weary wings living.

Oh tree, you ..........
Votes: 68 Go To Complete Poem »Rating: 4.13


THE CUTTER

Every day of every week comes the trees.

One foe that they see makes them scream: Donít cut me!

The cutter comes with no care,

For he does not hear the screams that fill the ..........
Votes: 52 Go To Complete Poem »Rating: 4.08


BONES AND SKIN

Bleached white bones of an old dead tree,
Still clawing at the sky,
Still mocking death, still trying to be.

The pale thin skin of a tired old man,
Still fighting off the ..........
Votes: 22 Go To Complete Poem »Rating: 4.05
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