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Chocolate Brown Plum Tree
Nikhil Parekh
It offered silken webs of passionate wind, blessed countless people with tarpaulin covers of cool shade, stood like a formidable fortress against...Rate it:

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Cuckoo in the Pear-Tree
William Brighty Rands
The Cuckoo sat in the old pear-tree, Cuckoo! Raining or snowing, nought cared he. Cuckoo! Cuckoo, cuckoo, nought cared he. The Cuckoo flew over a ...Rate it:

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First Date Tree Saeeded By Abdul Rahman The Firs
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
You are the apple of my eye, My heart's delight: I am remote from my valley, To me you are the Burning Bush of Sinai! You are a houri of the Arabi...Rate it:

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Holy Sonnet IX: If Poisonous Minerals, And If That Tree
John Donne
If poisonous minerals, and if that tree Whose fruit threw death on else immortal us, If lecherous goats, if serpents envious Cannot be damned, alas...Rate it:

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Hymn XXIII: Extended on a Cursed Tree
John Wesley
Extended on a cursed tree, Besmeared with dust, and sweat, and blood, See there, the king of glory see! Sinks and expires the Son of God. Who, wh...Rate it:

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I Planted a Rose Tree
Mathilde Blind
I planted a rose tree in my garden, In early days when the year was young; I thought it would bear me roses, roses, While nights were dewy and d...Rate it:

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If a Tree could Wander
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
Oh, if a tree could wander and move with foot and wings! It would not suffer the axe blows and not the pain of saws! For would the sun not wander...Rate it:

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Llewellyn and the Tree
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Could he have made Priscilla share The paradise that he had planned, Llewellyn would have loved his wife As well as any in the land. Could he ...Rate it:

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Mother Shake The Cherry-Tree
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Mother shake the cherry-tree, Susan catch a cherry; Oh how funny that will be, Let's be merry! One for brother, one for sister, Two for mother...Rate it:

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On The Site Of A Mulberry-Tree; Planted by Wm. Shakspeare; felled by the Rev. F. Gastrell
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
THIS tree, here fall'n, no common birth or death Shared with its kind. The world's enfranchised son, Who found the trees of Life and Knowledge one,...Rate it:

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Overhead the Tree-Tops Meet
Robert Browning
Overhead the tree-tops meet, Flowers and grass spring 'neath one's feet; There was nought above me, and nought below, My childhood had not learned ...Rate it:

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She slept beneath a tree
Emily Dickinson
She slept beneath a tree— Remembered but by me. I touched her Cradle mute— She recognized the foot— Put on her carmine suit And see! Rate it:

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Sonnet To The Calbassia-Tree
Helen Maria Williams
SUBLIME Calbassia! luxuriant tree, How soft the gloom thy bright-hued foliage throws! While from thy pulp a healing balsam flows, Whose power the s...Rate it:

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The Banyan Tree
Rabindranath Tagore
O you shaggy-headed banyan tree standing on the bank of the pond, have you forgotten the little chile, like the birds that have nested in your bran...Rate it:

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The Barren Fig-Tree
John Newton
The church a garden is In which believers stand, Like ornamental trees Planted by God's own hand: His Spirit waters all their roots, And every bran...Rate it:

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The Boys And The Apple-Tree
Ann Taylor
As William and Thomas were walking one day, They came by a fine orchard's side: They would rather eat apples than spell, read, or play, And Thom...Rate it:

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The Cherry Tree
James Stephens
Come from your bed my drowsy gentleman! And you, fair lady, rise and braid your hair, And let the children wash, if wash they can; If not, assi...Rate it:

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The Fruit Without The Tree
Kurt Philip Behm
Empowering the indolent, the fox is now inside The vermin on the loose, the truth now plagued by lies The takers stalk the givers, those on t...Rate it:

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The Hawthorn Tree
Siegfried Sassoon
Not much to me is yonder lane Where I go every day; But when there’s been a shower of rain And hedge-birds whistle gay, I know my lad that’s ou...Rate it:

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The Human Tree
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Many have Earth's lovers been, Tried in seas and wars, I ween; Yet the mightiest have I seen: Yea, the best saw I. One that in a field alone Sto...Rate it:

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The Maple Tree
John Clare
The Maple with its tassell flowers of green That turns to red, a stag horn shapèd seed Just spreading out its scallopped leaves is seen, Of yellow...Rate it:

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The oak tree
Matsuo Basho
The oak tree: not interested in cherry blossoms. Translated by Robert Hass Rate it:

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The Old Acacia Tree
Hayyim Nahman Bialik
Neither daylight nor the darkness See how silently I wander. Not on mountain, nor in valley, Does an old acacia ponder. The acacia solves all myst...Rate it:

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The Peach Tree On The Southern Wall
Christina Georgina Rossetti
The peach tree on the southern wall Has basked so long beneath the sun, Her score of peaches great and small Bloom rosy, every one. A peach for...Rate it:

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The Tree
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
IN the dim woods, one tree Was by the cunning seasons builded fair With the rain's masonry And delicate craft of air. Unknown of anyone, She was t...Rate it:

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