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The single mango tree

Date Written: September 11, 2017
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The single mango tree

In my gaden stands free

Stands in silence

With utmost elegance

Except when birds chirp

A  mango comes under a parrot's grip

Or steak og lightening touches it

Raw mangos hang in pleny

When i pluck i feel guilty

But i pick for my lust

And the tree does not trust

The branches clasp them in their crest

And the mangoes are at their best

2 comments on “The single mango tree”

  1. Sonja Carnes     September 11, 2017

    Excellent poem!

  2. comnpkpillai     September 12, 2017

    More than trust a mangoe tree is dedicated
    There will be resistance from any life so is the branches
    Ok

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