Way Out Where the Redwoods Grow
A Descriptive Poem about the Redwood Forests from a Poet's Point of View
How magnificent those giants are!
Towering tall in effort to reach a star.
Sway gracefully in the breeze,
Creaking ominously as the wind flees.
Oh just to climb this enormous column!
His poise is always strong yet solemn.
His branches spread vastly abroad,
All we can do is stand back awed!
The strength of his is mighty, yet he is calm.
Gracefully and lovely as a palm.
Though storms blow violently through out the years,
Mister Redwood has stood through his fears.