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Tree Birthdays Post by :kamilozz Category :Poems Author :Mary Carolyn Davies Date :October 2011 Read :3836

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Tree Birthdays

Look! Look at me!
To-day's my birthday, Tree!
See, let me stand up, so,
Beside you. How you grow!
I'm tall, but oh,
I'll never be as tall as you, I know!
Tree, when's your birthday, please? Why don't you speak?
I seem so small,
And you're so tall,
Perhaps you have a birthday every week!

(The end)
Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Tree Birthdays

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