Goldfinch60

Sitting With Natures Realm.



I sit on the ground

My back against the old oak tree

Looking out to the world.

That tree has seen change

Over the many years of its life/

As I lean against the tree

I feel its memory in me.

The wonderful things

That it has seen and heard

Over its many years.

The wonder of nature

Changing every season,

The new life in Spring,

The old life in winter.

Many people have touched it

And sat beneath its boughs,

Many of them kissing

Showing their love,

And sometimes hate.

But the tree has heard

And seen it all.

As I sit touching it

Peace comes over me

As it shows me my life,

My life is so good,

And I become one with it

Loving the world we are in

Amongst the glory of Nature’s realm.

  • Author: Goldfinch60 (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: May 31st, 2022 01:05
  • Comment from author about the poem: Dusk arising, Saxon Crow and I had the same muse reach us today.
  • Category: Reflection
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  • User favorite of this poem: MendedFences27.

Comments12

  • dusk arising

    Sometimes I think aout being reincarnated as a tree. Just as you say, those matured trees have seen and lived through so much. What lessons would our spirits gain, what wisdom.

    • Goldfinch60

      Yes d a, what wisdom they must have.

      Andy

      • Saxon Crow

        Nothing like branching out

      • Violet bluebell( used to be yellow rose)

        I love trees .. so nice .

        Lovely words )

        • Goldfinch60

          Thank you Violet, trees and all Nature is wonderful

          Andy

        • Saxon Crow

          Nicely penned you old hippy.

        • orchidee

          I can't say reincar-wotsit this time of the morning, even if I did believe in it, which I don't! lol.
          I read of Oak Anniversary being 80 years. So you and I have known great-great (about 5 million great's) oak anniversaries!

          • Goldfinch60

            We have certainly had a great many anniversaries Orchi and may there be many more,

            Andy

          • JudyStella

            Those heavy old trees have seen and lived through a lot! As a nature lover, I loved this poem! 🌳

            • Goldfinch60

              They certainly have Judy, thank you.

              Andy

            • L. B. Mek

              real nice, Andy
              funny
              a suddenly trending, topical tree
              lovely

              • Goldfinch60

                New trends are all around us Mek.

                Andy

              • Rocky Lagou

                Nature is truly such an eye-opener. It's splendor is all so ripe and it feels rejuvenating to be one with it. I enjoyed this journey

                • Goldfinch60

                  It surely is an eye opener which I wish others would see Rocky, Thank you.

                  Andy

                • Jon Nakapalau

                  Wonderful meditation Andy - thank you for this poem!

                  • Goldfinch60

                    Thank you for your kind words Jon.

                    Andy

                  • Michael Edwards

                    Oh to be a tree - great write Andy.

                    • Goldfinch60

                      Thank you Michael.

                      Andy

                    • MendedFences27

                      I will go out on a limb here and say that this poem is going to be very poplar (popular). I thoroughly enjoyed it. I think it's one of your best.
                      "I feel its memory in me," is very creative writing. Loved it - Phil A.

                      • Goldfinch60

                        Thank for your most kind words Phil, much appreciated.

                        Andy

                      • Neville



                        this is so lovely you old sapling .. one could say treemendous ...........Neville

                        • Goldfinch60

                          So kind Neville, thank you.

                          Andy

                        • Fay Slimm.

                          Scenes wrapped up in the bark of an old oak are felt by sensitives and I truly believe the tree know it too. A gem of a read dear Andy.

                          • Goldfinch60

                            Thank you Fay, your words are most kind.

                            Andy



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