Category Archives: Trees

Leaves (A study)

MAy’s leaves they dance and flurry Seemingly in a hurry To get to grips with buds and fruits and sunshine All the way The piercing greens and firery reds Great clumps of pea green attitude Driven in a soul backed … Continue reading

Tree’s and our future

Get your hands off our dear trees 5G to represent Oblivion and the dying out Of wild life Heaven sent Who cares about the seconds It takes to log on we have spent a lot of dosh And all we … Continue reading

Beith / Birch

Silvery pearly frosted skin parchment like A world within Perhaps the carolings of birds written in so many words Within the groves of monochrome The dappled leaves of every tone Of gold and silver drenched in light Make for a … Continue reading

Cheerfulness

My Beech is full of song birds On this dull and dingy morning All singing their hearts out Their carolings alive Such exultation of this Winters dankness Revelling perhaps just to survive The night their roost Wherever that was clearly … Continue reading

Bristle comb pine

As old as the hills Does that give you the chills For 5000 years I have stood On these mountains a looking Down on your humanity Which truthfully wasn’t good Below me the desert snd now streets of neon Crime … Continue reading

Dame Judi’s passion

Her passion for trees Sees so many friends Rise in her heart And ofcourse she defends Her strategy really For planting each tree In her six acre garden As friends who now be On the other side It is what … Continue reading

9/11/2017

A grey forlorn sky With lighter silvery edges A stillness NO I tell a lie A denseness in the hedges The Beech still clothed in gold and orange The cherry green and brown Its almost 3 in the afternoon And … Continue reading

The Cherry Tree a little story worth a read

Cherry how bedgraggled Leaves all crisp and dry Green and yellow That so called prune That kind of made you cry I told him to be gentle But butchers like him they Dont have many feelings Thats why you had … Continue reading

a glimpse of the mangroves

Imagine awhile The great mass of rivers All carrying vast waste Down into the sea Passing the mangroves And leaving debris As Terribly smelly As it could ever be All this stagnation The stench is colossal Aerial rootlets mud driven … Continue reading

Amazonia

Slate grey silhouettes From the forest on high In the clouds where the mists Hang and we must ask why Liana’s,epiphytes draw from the air And the raindrops that fall for all now to share The forest floor with The … Continue reading