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Updated: Dec 5, 2023

Hello everyone, I hope you all are having a wonderful day! I am sharing with you all another poem post! This poem is a bit different from others because I wrote this one about a shade of green. This poem is called Fern because of the descriptive words I wrote and the beautiful scenery I became inspired by. I hope you all enjoy reading this poem and immersing yourself in the scenery and gratefulness of Fern.


Twisted vines

Wrapped around a tree stump.

Dragonflies gently swarming the

Warm, summer air.

Breezy, lightweight leaves

Blowing in the wind.

As the quiet wind sings a song.

Light water droplets

Falling down the stems of the leaves

Leaving behind a small puddle for its’ plants to grow.

Laying down on the tall, prickly lawn

While looking up at the beaming sun.

Dreaming about what the future may hold and

Thinking about what the clouds look like.

Playing hide-n-seek and laughing uncontrollably

Under the shadows of the trees.

Eating fresh fruits and vegetables from the garden

As my curious fingers touch the vegetation.

Brushing my back against the bushes

As my mind relaxes to the playful music.

For some reason, every time I’m near a tree,

I feel safe and secure.

Between the thick bark to

Each leaf that covers me like an umbrella.

It gives me hope that someone will do the same to me one day.

Someone will make me feel protected while calming me down

To the sweet noise of encouragement.

Some day that day will come.

And it will be pure luck

To share this moment with them.

Though sometimes I’m quick to judge

The flaky leaves or the dry roots.

I know that with quick judgment

Comes with lack of experience.

The inability to stop and turn off my weak thoughts.

But I’m able to fix this and grow my mindset to new things.

Instead of passing by the dried plants and

Thinking of the easiest way they could’ve died,

I’ll take action to learn why this happened and what to do to improve.

You could say it’s a learning experience, but to me, it’s healing.

Once all the plants grow and

I feel like I’ve given back too much of my love,

I’ll stop by my grandparents

To remind myself of where it all started.

My appreciation for the outdoors and

Honestly, going outside for a walk,

I feel privileged while some may feel envious.

I’ll make sure to give more water to the plants that need a little extra help.

I’ll make sure to walk through the wood trails like it’s my last time outside.

And I’ll always remember to sit by the tree stump to remind me of my happiness.

Thank you all very much for reading this poem post! I hope you all enjoyed reading Fern and hopefully, it inspired you all to write something of your own! I have more posts planned for this month and I cannot wait to share them with you all! Also, make sure to check out my Printables shop! I have an entire 12-month calendar spread that is undated and customizable as well as two-word searches perfect for summer! I hope you all have a great day, and I will see you all in the next post!

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