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|The Life of a Tree (standard:poetry, 121 words)|
|Author: J. Thalia||Added: Jun 20 2002||Views/Reads: 1951/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|What is the REAL life of a tree?|
The Life of a Tree J. Thalia Oh, the life of a tree Starts out very small. Atop a tree, you see, Seeds grow then fall. In the ground they lay, Maturing ‘til the day is gray, Oh, the life of a tree. Oh, the life of a tree, Oh how boring it can be. When it grows up tall and grand, Grown, with roots under lots of land, After years and years of growing, Along comes a man unknowing. He chops it down right there. Oh, the life of a tree. And from that tree he makes A house with lots of mistakes. Once a grand, tall tree, But was never meant to be, Oh, the life of a tree. Tweet
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