Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by deepy, Jun 22, 2004.
bending, swaying in the breeze
tall black cedar trees
Oh my this is very visual...very beautiful My goodness!
this was awesome i love the way u created it
Wow, deepy, this is such a lovely vision, I'll try to flow with it....
Tall black cedar tree
The leaves applaud their branches
As the wind dances
hearing pouring rain
seeing arms lifting upward
shadows standing tall
shifting like jazz on the leaves
black/brown cedar trees
^rhythmical = you got to make it 4 syllables..!
*come on watz...you can definitely do it...
Deepy, you continue to serve this visual treat...
The leaves are dripping
from the rain, as the soil drinks
the earth's thirst is quenched
The roots continue
to expand, throughout God's land
Brown tree, embrace me
rays of light shine through
resting at the cedars trunk
I hear the tree speak
many, many, rings...
this cedar has seen great things
Wise Old Tree...it tis
And the wise tree speaks
While its tenants build their nests
Soaking up tall tales
yet that wise old tree
listens from which the wind blows
as the leaves drop in silence
nesting birds on leaves
arms of branches -trampolines
joyful cedar trees.
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