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THREE NATURE POEMS: MAGNOLIA TREE, by            
First Line: Stately and grand as a proud old sire
Last Line: And freely spill upon the laden air.
Subject(s): Magnolias


Stately and grand as a proud old sire
When fully clothed in his best attire,
The old tree stands, a picture to see
Supreme in the beauty of life that is free.
The magnolia's silhouette against the sky
Is the form of strength that seems to defy.
In dark, waxen foliage, rust-brown and green,
Nestle her blossoms, which, in moon-lit sheen,
Are silver globes of perfume to bear
And freely spill upon the laden air.





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