Whispering Trees

Whispering Trees

In a forest so deep, where the green leaves sway, 

Whispering trees have secrets to convey. 

They talk in hushed tones, a gentle breeze, 

Sharing stories with rustling ease.

Whispering trees, so tall and wise, 

Underneath their leafy skies. 

They tell of adventures, tales untold, 

In their branches, mysteries unfold.

Listen close, my little friend, 

To the secrets that trees intend. 

Their whispers carry ancient lore, 

Stories of the world, and so much more.

So stand among the trees so grand, 

Reach out, touch the bark with your hand.

 In the language of whispers, you'll find, 

A world of enchantment, one of a kind.

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