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The Web Poetry Corner - M A Heathcote - Bewitching trees
M A Heathcote
The ivy and the ash look tall and brash
In the light of a rivulet stream;
Where the holly grows with fresh abash
Under the harkened cover of a dream
The almond and laurel are blessed with good moral
As anyone can see?
But the lilac proliferates in fading charm quiet, cordial
Throwing her beauty to an unaccustomed sea;
The yew and the beach are lore out of reach
That only a poor hemlock flower can beseech
But the daffodils a welcome guest;
That every jubilant child loves best.
The oak and apple are easeful to grapple
Unlike gudgeon in a dingle stream, tranquil;
But the hawthorn in her mantle of May
Is as prickly as the white hot day.
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