Senescence – How it Thrives in Wild

The oak tree was tall and beautiful
the red leaves gave It countenance
a crimson bright tinge
the acorns appeared more fuller
and the aura had a splendor
beaming through its light

The squirrels dug their abode on its trunk
several birds took shelter
In its widespread branches
there was happiness,
a chirpiness of blithe
and unlike the ever complaining human tribe
with senescence, it spread more charm
and it was an eye-catching delight

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