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Majestic Oak
by Susan K. de Vegter
Thursday, February 06, 2003

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A tribute to my favorite Tree back on the marshes in Savannah, Georgia.

Majestically she grows her limbs
Her age is hard to guess
She fingers sky with every morn
Her moss a lovely dress
Her sighs the creak with every breeze
Her smile a whispered pout
She bends so gently to the east
A home to earthly shouts
Raccoons, opossums, birds and squirrels
A rope laced over digits hold
A swing for boys and girls
She drips down tears each time it rains
She heralds nature best
Majestic oak of ageless time
The Mother's eager quest
To hold open arms so wide
To nurture all she grows
To kiss the sky with open lips
With timeless love she flows
© 1999 Susan K. Rowse

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Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 2/8/2003
The twenty-first century is bringing back the poemized emotion to a poetized devotion. That is what makes poetry the Major artistic expression of the literary art.
I know that generations of centuries to come will say that Author-Poet Susan Kathryn Rowse stood on this century with the flag of Grace poemizing and poetizing the wonders of Mother Earth.
I can say that now, for I can read your art and acknowledge your message!
Praised be your quills!
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Jack Roberts 2/6/2003
Wonderful write Susan. I loved this!
Reviewed by Sanil nath (Reader) 2/6/2003
Good ...

Reviewed by Calendula Petal (Reader) 2/6/2003
one of my favourite trees! Brings back so many memories.thanks.
Reviewed by Christine Morell 2/6/2003
Absolutely beautiful.I so enjoy your writing.
Reviewed by the phantom pheonix (Reader) 2/6/2003
What a beautiful tree that you have painted formy imagination I can so see it!!
Reviewed by Dale Clark 2/6/2003
A beautiful poem! It speaks of the power of nature, which is so wonderful. A tree is a muse, of course, it has such a rich voice.
Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci 2/6/2003
This is really stunning, it is a beautiful reminder of all that we can learn from the strength of a tree!

I would also like to tell you that you were right in your comment to me...about being an artist of the brush, though I have not done much art work in the past couple years, it was my major in college! Thank you for picking up on that! <smiles>


P.S. I Love your Bio!
Reviewed by Oisín Breen 2/6/2003
beautiful most writers can relate very well written. I found this poem and you may like it Namaste dear susan
Reviewed by Lori Moore 2/6/2003
Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader) 2/6/2003
I have a special tree....A very lovely poem about the blessings of nature. Ty, Dani
Reviewed by James David Compton (Reader) 2/6/2003
Well Susan, I guess when Barbara Walters asks you what kind of tree you'd be we know now. lol.
Beautifully written.
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