24 thoughts on “I’d be a Tree.

  1. That is a beautiful concept. I wrote a haiku about a tree for National Haiku Day. It’s on my page. Check it out if you have the time. Nonetheless, I loved your poem. Thank you for sharing it with us. πŸ™‚

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      1. You’re welcome. You are very talented. I read mostly everything you post, even when I don’t comment, it’s usually due to time constraints. Please know you and your work are truly appreciated and needed in this uncertain world. Please stay safe and healthy because a talent like yours would be a terrible loss. πŸ™‚

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      2. It is great to know your love and care for my work. Such words keep me motivated towards writing. Thankyou for the motivation, stay safe stay happy 😊❀️

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  2. It’s such a beautiful poem, but the ending makes it perfect because many readers will imagine the “what if,” i.e. the striking down of the tree. Your ending gives such a beautiful sense of resolution and thorough peace… lovely.

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  3. I am reminded of the poem “A Prayer for My Daughter” by WB Yeats where he wishes his daughter, I quote, “May she become a flourishing hidden tree
    That all her thoughts may like the linnet be”
    Pathetic fallacy works fine πŸ‘β˜ΊοΈ

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    1. Thankyou so much for reading and appreciating my work. And I’d be reading this poem by WB Yeats.
      Stay safe stay blessed ❣️

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