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Tree Dancing

Posted in poetry with tags , , on July 1, 2014 by Keith Alan Watson

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In the twilight ~ West Sun’s daughter

photon dancing on the water

Wave-less light-waves 

glowing madly

beaming gladly

a soft purple haze

Waltzing easy, bare and breezy

always longing for far better days

♫ ♪ ♫

Uncle Tree

..if breath could be impossibly quiet..
 infinity might have to turn around 

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From The Executive Branch

Posted in poetry with tags , , on February 2, 2014 by Keith Alan Watson

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leaf and leaves now leave me speechless
left and right twist meaningless
centered in the symmetry
nature turns quietly
grown perfectly
you and me
so simple
so free
and
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giant oak trees-around-the-world
The Angel Oak
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From Uncle Tree

A Gift To Open Hearts And Minds

Posted in Christianity, poetry with tags , , on December 23, 2013 by Keith Alan Watson

Christmas-Cross

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Out On The Limbs Of Love

Posted in poetry with tags , , , on December 11, 2013 by Keith Alan Watson

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When it snows, and my limbs begin to bend

under the weight, I relax

 letting loose all worries and cares 

When the North wind blows

I just curl in my roots

like toes in new Christmas shoes

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Uncle Tree’s Temptress

Posted in poetry with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 20, 2010 by Keith Alan Watson

Illustrated by Aaron Pocock

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She came to me one morning
without a leaf to bear.
I needed no fair warning
from the lass with twiggy hair.

She tickled my fancy twice,
and then brushed against me thrice.
The warm-up was very nice, but
her next move came with a price.

I paid for it dearly, and tipped her properly.
Then I asked,
“See you again next Friday?”

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Medicated Lady Drills Uncle Tree

Posted in Entertainment, poetry with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 21, 2009 by Keith Alan Watson

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Please come and give the dear lady a piece of your mind.

Watch out for splinters.

About My Father’s Business

Posted in Christianity, poetry with tags , , , on June 17, 2009 by Keith Alan Watson

Keith and Dad

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The biggest man I know

is not really big at all

He’s always near to lend an ear

or to catch me when I fall

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The wisest man I know

doesn’t claim to know it all

Though it’s plainly clear my father dear

is willing to heed the call

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The greatest man I know

didn’t know he’d grown a tree

Although he knew just what to do

to bring out the best in me

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