Plant some Hope

Plant some Hope

We should be taking more care of our environment, it also counts as our home. Just like we take care of our house and fix things that get broken it should be the same for nature.

Without any nature we’d be all dead.
Not only provides us with all the necessary to survive but look how wonderful it is, from the smallest piece of grass to the highest mountain.

Wish you all a great evening! Enjoy the bellow poem!

Plant a Tree by Lucy Larcom

He who plants a tree

Plants a hope.

Rootlets up through fibres blindly grope;

Leaves unfold into horizons free.

So man’s life must climb

From the clods of time

Unto heavens sublime.

Canst thou prophesy, thou little tree,

What the glory of thy boughs shall be?

 

He who plants a tree

Plants a joy;

Plants a comfort that will never cloy;

Every day a fresh reality,

Beautiful and strong,

To whose shelter throng

Creatures blithe with song.

If thou couldst but know, thou happy tree,

Of the bliss that shall inhabit thee!

 

He who plants a tree,—

He plants peace.

Under its green curtains jargons cease.

Leaf and zephyr murmur soothingly;

Shadows soft with sleep

Down tired eyelids creep,

Balm of slumber deep.

Never hast thou dreamed, thou blessed tree,

Of the benediction thou shalt be.

 

He who plants a tree,—

He plants youth;   Vigor won for centuries in sooth;

Life of time, that hints eternity!

Boughs their strength uprear;

New shoots, every year,

On old growths appear;

Thou shalt teach the ages, sturdy tree,

Youth of soul is immortality.

 

He who plants a tree,—

He plants love,

Tents of coolness spreading out above

Wayfarers he may not live to see.

Gifts that grow are best;

Hands that bless are blest;

Plant! life does the rest!

Heaven and earth help him who plants a tree,

And his work its own reward shall be.

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