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A Symphony of Trees.

A Symphony of Trees

   Trees make such exciting sounds.
   They whisper, when we're near.
   Whenever we pass by the trees,
   This is what we hear:

   We hear their branches sway and creak.
   We hear the wind howl higher.
   We hear a symphony of trees,
   Off nature's great, green choir.

   We hear the squirrels scampering.
   We hear the blue jays sing.
   We hear the robin and the dove--All
   sounds the trees can bring.

   But one thing that we never hear
   When we pass through the park;
   We hear the trees' sweet symphonies,
   But we never hear their bark!
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Title Annotation:Poetry; Children's poetry
Author:Ghigna, Charles
Publication:Children's Digest
Article Type:Poem
Date:Jul 1, 2004
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