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A little some thing I did for save the trees

If I were a tree
Even just for a day
I'd roll out my branches
And breathe in all the carbon dioxide
Drink in all the sun rays
And give all the fresh air away
And I'd never get confronted for it
Cause people they'd stick up for me
If I were a tree
I think I could understand
How it feels to see love
I as it is carved into me
I'd listen to those
Because they talk to me
Cause you were taken for granted
And everything you had got destroyed
If I were a tree
I would shelter you from the rain
Bad weather and be a goal post for your game
You can stand under me
You know that I'd be faithful
Waiting' until the rain stops so you could go home
If I was a tree
I would want to stand tall
I would not want fall
I would give away all the fresh air
So, people could walk, run or stroll
Children could play and birds can sing
And maybe if it was safe people could make a swing
If I was a tree
There would be so much more to me
More than you could ever see
Yes photosynthesis is a real thing
I am a tree
So, please stand up for me
Don’t let me be cut down
Because I cannot produce oxygen from the ground
I am not a tree
I have a voice
I will not let them be knocked down
Because I need oxygen to survive
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Posted: Aug 2017
About this poem:
Save the trees Ireland

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