The lonely tree

See it? Those trees each swaying in the breeze
The trees that reach the highest mountain
Oh, the trees were host to many creatures like bees
Persevere! Glow and show your natural fountain of beauty

Go! Get out before the trees come tumbling down
Original beauty the trees natural gown

The skies whistle above
Hear the sound of the trees pleading
In the lightning, you can see not love
Not the beauty but many trees there on the ground
Kind-hearted, all strong, all with a soul as light as a dove

A whole forest of trees once stood tall up in the sky
Bound to show the world
Observe the trees while they're still here and don’t cry when they disappear
Unfortunate trees and animals that once twirled
Toxic fumes now fill the forests low and high above

Neglected forests we used only for our own selfish wants, to make something derived
A single tree stands towering above, scared and furious
The never-ending tale of the tree that once lived
Unique, different, curious the only tree that lived to tell the tale
Rivers now black no life any longer nothing survived
Except for the nearly delirious One Lonely Tree

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