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Naked Trees
by E T Waldron
Thursday, November 16, 2006
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To come upon the naked trees
While walking in their fallen leaves

And feel my heart is just as bare
For your warmth is no longer near

To know of how the branches feel
While thoughts of you in my head reel

Recalling scenes of yesteryear
When roses bloomed in weather fair

As scents of our love filled the air
From sultry passions savoir faire

White winter snow will soon replace
The vibrant colors of falls face

Perhaps by summer you'll return
Bringing the glow of suns new burn


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Reviewed by CJ Heck 11/20/2006
This is lovely, wistful, Eileen. My favorite lines,
"And feel my heart is just as bare
For your warmth is no longer near"
Well said, my friend. Excellent imagery.
Reviewed by Lisa Noelle Swartz 11/18/2006
I get a little obsessed with autumn…write numerous poems about it as well, but I really appreciated your clean, sensible choice of words here, "...suns new burn" against the backdrop of a naked season. ~LNNS
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 11/17/2006
Every couplet forms a link in a garland that just speaks of completeness. Effortless and seamless in both rhythm and rhyme. This has poetic resonance and gestalt, Eileen... a tree-poem with deep roots bonded into fertile soil. I have hitherto been not such a great fan of autumn, but this year, in my new environment at the coast and on heathland, I am absolutely loving it and a willing convert! :)) And your poetry on the subject compounds its delicate and fragile beauty. As with Taylor's Man In The Moon write, this makes me itch to also write personifying trees. Soul-stirring, TY K xx
Reviewed by Brittany Renée 11/17/2006
As the gypsy child that I am, I am in love with the naturalness of your poem.
Reviewed by J M 11/17/2006
The changes of season effects us all I loved this one the comparisons of ones self with natures changes. Beautiful work....
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 11/17/2006
I always enjoy your nature poetry. I think the first poem I ever read of yours had an nature as part of its theme, a lesson we could learn from it. Wonderful. ~~Nordette
Reviewed by A PAX 11/17/2006
Romantic and earthy
just like love can be
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 11/17/2006
A poignant, powerful longing in this offering, Eileen...wonderful
peace and love, Carole
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 11/17/2006
Powerful longing - Powerful poem, Tiger Lily.
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader) 11/17/2006
Perhaps!!!! Who knows???? Great imagery and I love the comparison of nature to love. Victor
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 11/17/2006
The beauty of nature in its nakedness is just so overwhelming to me at this write.....the yearning is electrical sis!!

These are the lines of a poem I am working on!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 11/16/2006
Perhaps by summer you'll return
Bringing the glow of suns new burn

I'm convinced he will..
beautiful work Eileen..

Reviewed by Gwendolyn Thomas Gath 11/16/2006

"Naked Trees"
Powerful write, enjoyable meter and flow.

Thank you Eileen for the beauty of this poetry,
From the Heart of an Artist Quiet Storm
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 11/16/2006
Now that is one interesting tree!!!!!! and of course I loved the writing you have shared with us.
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 11/16/2006
Great images and thought penned well
Reviewed by jude forese 11/16/2006
enjoyed the imagery and sentiment of "naked trees" ...
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 11/16/2006
Wonderful as always
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 11/16/2006
Made me think of the old cliches...Look on The Bright Side, There's always a rainbow after the storm. Very powerful write, for we must keep going no matter how dark the storm. Beautiful sentiments my friend.
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by Richard Hiebner 11/16/2006
A very enjoyable piece Eileen.
Thank you for sharing it.
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 11/16/2006
The voice of wisdom speaks to me again, thank you so much, God Bless, love Holly
Reviewed by Myrna Badgerow 11/16/2006
Wonderful analogies in this melancholy piece...

Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 11/16/2006
Very spiritual in essence, always look ahead to a bright future, is a subtext here..
Reviewed by richard cederberg 11/16/2006
Eileen ...

Beautifully written piece laced together with the threads of an undeniable and deep melancholy.

Light and Wisdom ...
Sugar Creek Chum ...
Richard Lloyd Cederberg
Reviewed by George Carroll 11/16/2006
So sad to see the beautiful leaves blowing in every nook and corner of my yard waiting for me to gather them up where they will become compost for next years blooms.
Reviewed by Dove JoAnne Cromp (Reader) 11/16/2006
This is BEAUTIFUL...I think you and I are on the same page..I spoke today about tree's with leaves gone..How glorious and beautiful Eileen~~

Love from the dove
Reviewed by Rusty Daily 11/16/2006
Another good example of how you can relate nature to love
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