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Morning Hike
by Lydia Swartz

‘Higher,’ the swaying beech leaves beckon, whispering drunken enticements into
the humid morning air.

‘Come higher. Come to us!

Leave earth behind,
weight behind
yourself behind.

Come higher!’

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Mimosa Spring
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

scents
wander
near and far
on a kind breeze
yellow mimosa trees home to bluebirds
arresting senses make their presence known
at red sunset
day to day
beauty
hours

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Trees
by Harry Behn

Trees are the kindest things I know,
They do no harm, they simply grow
And spread a shade for sleepy cows,
And gather birds among their bows.

They give us fruit in leaves above,
And wood to make our houses of,
And leaves to burn on Halloween
And in the Spring new buds of green.


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After
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

On a blooming boulevard of beautiful palm trees,
Fragrances and fronds fluttered in fresh breeze,
Sunset parakeets perched in a purple twilit town,
Hushed moonlight mellowed after the meltdown.

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Noonday Riverwalk
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

It seems the sky has never been bluer,
As I stroll the lovely familiar path;
And bird trills have never been truer,
Than in hazy dawn's golden aftermath.

The clouds float lazy above the treetops,
As the river makes its slow motion tour,
Long admired from houses on the hilltops,
Scintillating sun gleams on waters pure.


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Morning Hike
by Lydia Swartz

‘Higher,’ the swaying beech leaves beckon, whispering drunken enticements into
the humid morning air.

‘Come higher. Come to us!

Leave earth behind,
weight behind
yourself behind.

Come higher!’

......

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A Noonday Pause
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

An apple blossom respite, among the wild springtime blooms,
Silence in hot sunshine golden, a pause in the familiar tunes,
Muted, pretty purple martins, in the season of endless green,
Indulge in a quiet spell, where teal sky and treetops convene.

Pretty blooms pause on runways, in the lazy style of summer,
Red butterflies erratically fly, to beats of a different drummer,
Lethargy now has precious time, caught within its silken grip,
Like silver moon and twinkling stars, in the endless courtship.

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Giraffe
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

browsing green treetops
with a grace that comes from height ~
head up in the clouds

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The Trees of Life
by Jeffrey Pipes Guice

The trees of life…
They crave our attention…
We show our love…
Is there no redemption…

We love of children…
From the day they are born…
We nurture their love…
Protect them from the thorn…


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Leap Year
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

february ends
frisky squirrels living fast
amidst the first blooms

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