Shawn L. Bird

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tree time March 21, 2013

Filed under: Commentary,Poetry — Shawn L. Bird @ 11:14 pm
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Centuries go by

in whirling winds, in rustling rains

in silent snow

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Centuries go by

Moccasins tread silently,

worship towering boughs.

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Centuries go by

Path’s pounded into road and

jarring engines rush

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Centuries go by

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Stout Grove Redwoods

Stout Grove Redwoods

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2 Responses to “tree time”

  1. Ray Sharp Says:

    I biked from Eugene, Oregon to San Francisco, and through this very redwood grove, last summer with my family. About 60 miles a day, camping.
    You saw my Spanish poem, el corazon. Did you go to a Spanish speaking country on Rotary exchange? I’m trying to convinve my daughter to do a gap year before college, but she resists.


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