A Tree Stands Alone Poem
A tree stands alone
It shivers with the loneliness of the icy wind
It's beautiful green foliage has matured
The beautiful leaves no longer in need
Hath blown away
Dry and dead
To begin again-to richen the existing soil
Turning, turn across the ground
Until it comes to plant itself
It churns a complete cycle
To the ground where it becomes the land
But first through the quadrapeds -eaten and digested
Brought out anew to nourish-to feed-to warm
So the cycle continures for time indefinite
Other Poems by Kimberly
- My Mind Was Other Places
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