A Tree in all its Splendour

A Tree in all its Splendour

By David Smith November 4, 2008

 

A tree in all its splendour; so rich in colour grand

The height and breadth and cluster; so proudly it can stand

 

Clothed in shades of red and of yellow too

The tree in all its fullness waiting to strip for you

 

Ah; to bare its branches; the twigs a barren sight

Waiting for the winter; the snow, the stormy night

 

So the season closes; as darkness fills the day

The dreary days of winter; new games we have to play

 

Waiting for the spring, to be clothed in leaves of green

How we spend our winter; to blossom is what I mean

 

Utilize the down time as the tree a skeleton bare

Thoughts and new ideas in spring to really share.

 

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One response to “A Tree in all its Splendour

  1. theparkingpoet

    The tree is on Dorchester St in Niagara Falls at Orchard Park Public School. What a beautiful sight in the autumn in all its splendor.

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