Tuesday, 27 January 2015

For Once, Once Again

                                           For once, once again

In the vastness of sand it stood
Not many but a lonesome tree,
Its bark turned dark
And its leaves I long to be seen.
It’s the sun, it needs to be blamed
For it burned the bark
And the lively, lush green leaves.
But now it longs,
For nothing else,
But the heavenly shower
And for one time
The leaves must smile
And of course it dance
To the rhythm of wind
For one more time
Its branch must spread
And once again
A pair of birds must dwell.
The haven must listen
May not be for many times though
For the tree has aged
But for one more last time,
And just, one last time.

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