Poem in Response

Having read “To the Oak Tree“, penned by the lovely and talented poetess, Annabel, a dear friend and frequent source of my inspiration – wherein she speaks of nature, love and loyalty – I wrote this poem in response…

Together, through roots and shoots
Sharing seasons in the sun
Majestic beauty unfolds
With each ring, we grow as one

© 2022 Phil Perkins


PHOTO CREDIT: modified photo from unsplash.com.

↱ You can read the lyrics here

By Phil

I'm a photographer & self-taught graphic artist with a penchant for all things creative, featuring an eclectic collection of unusually imaginative designs available through various print-on-demand galleries. Enjoy a look around my portfolio, categories and blog, and also follow me on Twitter for more updates - thanks!

31 comments

  1. WOW, thank you for writing this poetic gem, Phil! 🌷 I am honoured and humbled to have inspired such endearing verses… You are a charming poet in the hide (most of the time)😜!

    1. You’re most welcome, dear Annabel, and I’m so glad you like it! You’re a lovely and inspirational lady, often evoking poetic conversation (as you know well) ~ I appreciate you my friend. Thank you, and I wish for you a wonderful week ahead! 🌷🥰

  2. Love your beautiful poem in response Phil! 🥰 And oh no you didn’t bust out with AWB! 😲 Oh honey, that is a jam right there!!! 🎸🎶🎷 I love your play list and of course that was when music was actually performed by real life musicians! You go my Poetic Master Photographer!!! 😍📷🤩

    1. Thank you my dear! And, oh yes I did 🎸🎶🎷 I like your taste, sweet Kym. Indeed, a jam from back in the day! Wishing for you a wonderful Tuesday my friend 🤗🌹

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