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Tree, Old Tree Of The Triple Crook
William Ernest Henley
Tree, Old Tree of the Triple Crook And the rope of the Black Election, 'Tis the faith of the Fool that a race you rule Can never achieve perfection...Rate it:

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The Loving Tree
John Shaw Neilson
Three women walked upon a road, And the first said airily, “Of all the trees in all the world Which is the loving tree?” The second said, “My eyes...Rate it:

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The Girt Woak Tree That's In the Dell
William Barnes
The girt woak tree that's in the dell! There's noo tree I do love so well; Vor times an' times when I wer young, I there've a-climbed, an' there've...Rate it:

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The Bour-Tree Den
Robert Louis Stevenson
CLINKUM-CLANK in the rain they ride, Down by the braes and the grey sea-side; Clinkum-clank by stane and cairn, Weary fa' their horse-shoe-airn! L...Rate it:

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The Foolish Fir-Tree
Henry Van Dyke
A tale that the poet Rückert told To German children, in days of old; Disguised in a random, rollicking rhyme Like a merry mummer of ancient time, ...Rate it:

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Der Pflaumenbaum (The Plum Tree, translation)
Bertolt Brecht
Im Hofe steht ein Pflaumenbaum, Der ist so klein, man glaubt es kaum. Er hat ein Gitter drum, So tritt ihn keiner um. Der Kleine kann nicht grö...Rate it:

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The Great Oak Tree
William Schwenck Gilbert
There grew a little flower 'Neath a great oak tree: When the tempest 'gan to lower Little heeded she: No need had she to cower, For she dreaded not...Rate it:

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Go Plant a Tree
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
God, what a joy it is to plant a tree, And from the sallow earth to watch it rise, Lifting its emerald branches to the skies In silent adoration...Rate it:

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The Christmas Tree
Robert William Service
In the dark and damp of the alley cold, Lay the Christmas tree that hadn't been sold; By a shopman dourly thrown outside; With the ruck and rubble ...Rate it:

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The Tree of Laughing Bells
Vachel Lindsay
[A Poem for Aviators] How the Wings Were Made From many morning-glories That in an hour will fade, From many pansy buds Gathered in the shade,...Rate it:

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Cherry- Tree Inn
Henry Lawson
The rafters are open to sun, moon, and star, Thistles and nettles grow high in the bar -- The chimneys are crumbling, the log fires are dead, A...Rate it:

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The Box-Tree's Love
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
Long time beside the squatter's gate A great grey Box-Tree, early, late, Or shine or rain, in silence there Had stood and watched the seasons fa...Rate it:

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The Fir-Tree and the Brook
Helen Hunt Jackson
The Fir-Tree looked on stars, but loved the Brook! "O silver-voiced! if thou wouldst wait, My love can bravely woo." All smiles forsook The broo...Rate it:

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The Mahogany Tree
William Makepeace Thackeray
Christmas is here: Winds whistle shrill, Icy and chill, Little care we: Little we fear Weather without, Shelter about The Mahogany Tree. O...Rate it:

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The Old Apple-Tree
Paul Laurence Dunbar
THERE's a memory keeps a-runnin' Through my weary head to-night, An' I see a picture dancin' In the fire-flames' ruddy-light; 'Tis the picture of a...Rate it:

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The Wattle Tree
Dora Wilcox
Winter is not yet gone - but now The birds are carolling from the bough. And the mist has rolled away Leaving more beautiful the day. The sun is ou...Rate it:

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A Bird and flower upon the tree
Augusta Davies Webster
A bird and flower upon the tree, Sweet peony and oriole, Each of them a perfect soul, Song and sweetness manifest The bird and flower we love the b...Rate it:

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On A Great Hollow Tree
William Strode
Preethee stand still awhile, and view this tree Renown'd and honour'd for antiquitie By all the neighbour twiggs; for such are all The trees adjoyn...Rate it:

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The bottle tree
Eugene Field
A bottle tree bloometh in Winkyway land - Heigh-ho for a bottle, I say! A snug little berth in that ship I demand That rocketh the Bottle-Tree babi...Rate it:

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The Holly-Tree
Robert Southey
O reader! hast thou ever stood to see The Holly-tree? The eye that contemplates it well perceives Its glossy leaves Ordered by an Intelligence so w...Rate it:

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The Mulberry Tree
James Whitcomb Riley
It's many's the scenes which is dear to my mind As I think of my childhood so long left behind; The home of my birth, with it's old puncheon-floor,...Rate it:

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Upon The Barren Fig-Tree In God's Vineyard
John Bunyan
What, barren here! in this so good a soil? The sight of this doth make God's heart recoil From giving thee his blessing; barren tree, Bear fruit, o...Rate it:

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On Promising Fruitfulness of a Tree
John Bunyan
A comely sight indeed it is to see A world of blossoms on an apple-tree: Yet far more comely would this tree appear, If all its dainty blooms young...Rate it:

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The Alder Tree
Charles Mackay
Alder tree, O alder tree, Over his grave reclining; I've braided a wreath of the fairest flowers That ever were fed by the spring-time showers. ...Rate it:

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The Apple-Tree
Ann Taylor
OLD John had an apple-tree, healthy and green, Which bore the best codlins that ever were seen, So juicy, so mellow, and red; And when they were ri...Rate it:

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