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The Redwood Tree

Hello, said the tree.

Thank you for planting me.

I think I’m going to like it here.


I love trees, said the little boy.

And I love you.

You are a special tree.


All trees are special, said the sapling.

I will always be here

Watching over you and your children’s children.


How long can you stay here? How old will you get?

Will you live for ever and ever?


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100 Feet Tall


Walking home from school instead 

of turning left I turned right

before me stood such a sight

all blue and green it stood 100 feet tall 

though not the least bit mean

I’m sure of this his smiled so bright  

brought a warmth to my heavy heart 

because today in class I had to start 

reading how we’re hurting our 

mother the good Mother Earth 

with fires that burn f...

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Many who had hiked through Canadian wilderness

[ A cenutry ago ] Took notice of a bird in flight


A rare one the Ojibwa called

Washa-quon-asin--He who flies by night


At once: a hunter, a guide, a trapper

A living made from the furs in his sight


A rare one the Ojibwa called

Washa-quon-asin--He who flies by night


Into his forest lair, he...

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The Bride of Necklace of Tales

By: Ali Taha Alnobani To the leaders of our world © 2011 by Ali Taha Alnobani
Thus the sea was
A bride who has a necklace of tales
A world of love
Dancing in dales
And a glass of wine
Sparkling of delight
In her loosely might
Blue and white
She was yours
She was mine
Thus love was
Two warm hands under a...

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Stop The Rape of the Fair Country Poetry Competition


Poetry   Competition


There will be an Anthology of 100 poems titled

“The Black Hole” for sale in August 2012.

Closing date: 30th June 2012.


The Black Hole theme is to get your views on opencast mining, the area around the opencast, such as Rhaslas pond, the wetlands & wildlife, & what living close to an opencast feels like. Also what effect you think it would h...

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