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A Tunnel of Trees

by on June 25, 2013

Tunnel of Trees

Paths that swell
Roads that weave
Aligned with plants
That form a sleeve

Lonesome I lie
On a rug of shrubs
Of coolest grass
Under calmest breeze

The sun beats down
With spearing beams
Though barricades
Of canopies

Day turns night
And dew does freeze
I’m still alone
With my personal peeves

Glistening stars
Are barely seen
Shrouded by
A cloud of leaves

No person ventures
Here to see
Or tries to disrupt
My abode of peace

In my haven
I am at ease
As I escape into
A tunnel of trees


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