Spirit Of Trees

Poem By Kate Wiley

Like thoughts held deep within my heart,
The joy that rustling leaves impart
Brings forth life's greatest comforting
A breathing there of subtle art.

In trees bright spirit shimmering
Lies a true essence glimmering
Reflecting unto me in these
Their gentle substances they sing.

Eternal beauty-their soul's ease
That only heaven ever sees
An echoing joyful refrain
A lovely song-spirit of trees.

An effervescence they contain
Renewing my life once again
An inner core that has no bane
An inner core that has no bane.

Comments about Spirit Of Trees

i like the manner in which you wrote this poem.well done
Kate, Your poems always raise my spirits...this poem is so lovely. Dorothy
Kate this is beautiful!
Lovely write Katherine, it flows, Lynda x
Excellent poem Katherine. Moving with a very classical feeling. I loved it.


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