IMPROPER GAIT

Pleasant tree flowers
Creepers snaking up as its trunk towers
Branches over the leafy spread
Weeds dread shadows over their bed
Bark rings within
Upon berth ivy intervenes
Poise on a stunt it grows
Constricting around a once mighty oak
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