Lots and Lots of Magical Trees

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I’ll dig and
plant and grow a shoe tree,

And all the
shoes will be for a poor country,

Where some
of the children don’t have shoes,

And most of
the world doesn’t have a clue,

About what
the children go through,


I’ll grow a
tree that has food and drink,

The children
need that, don’t you think?

bellies and starvation are rarely understood,

Because the
world doesn’t share what it could,


I’ll grow a
tree that is filled with songs,

When children
sing, would that be wrong?

If my voice
blends with theirs all day long,

Singing will
help make hearts strong,


I’ll grow a
tree that is filled with money,

To change
their world into a land of milk and honey,

Instead of them
living from day to day,

Trying to
subsist on whatever comes their way,


I know one
tree can’t grow enough shoes,

It might
take more than three or two,

And the plant
that grows all kinds of food,

Will have to
be cloned if I could,

You can help
with the tree of songs,

We’ll join
hands and sing all night long,

The tree
with money will have to grow,

Because one
little tree can’t bestow,

Enough to
clothe, shelter, and feed,

Satisfying each
and every need,

My garden
will be large with lots of trees,

I can do
this if you’ll help me please,

If we plant
enough for a country or two,

There’s no
telling what we can do,

A world of
trees, new hopes and dreams,

A world with
compassion, and fewer regimes,

We’ll plant
and sow some magical seeds,

Then climb
up high and see what the world needs.

2 thoughts on “Lots and Lots of Magical Trees

  1. Oh yes Dan, wouldn’t it be a fantastic thing to see, trees so bountiful feeding, clothing and singing to those in need. Oh how I wish we could find the magical seeds…How the World would sing out as one….xPenx

    1. The magical seeds must be around somewhere. We’ll plant them on both sides of the Atlantic.

      May the sun be on your face and the wind at your back as the Lord blesses you throughout the day. Carpe diem!

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