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  • Summary Of ' The Tree '

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    the giving tree all the boy took everything from the tree, never to give, and vise-versa for the tree. The unusual part though is when the tree gave to the aging boy. It was happy every time the boy was, even where there was nothing left of the tree but a stump, the tree gave the boy a place to rest.Despite all that the tree lost because of the boys selfish attitude he/she somehow still remains happy. The Tree Symbolizes selflessness because he/she gives everything to the boy.The tree 's selfless

  • The And The Perfect Christmas Tree

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    This story is true or at least exactly as I remember it. Today, as I begin this book, I am 52 years, 5 months and 6 days old and the perfect Christmas Tree is a gift that I have carried in my since I was four. It has taught me about how unconditional love really feels and reminds me that the simple things we do, not because we want to, but because we love someone makes the world a better place. For the first time I am sharing the whole story with the world. It is a little scary and I have held in

  • Short Story : ' The Tree '

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    of the past, I looked at the tree, suddenly hit by nostalgia. In a moment of clarity, I realized the significance, the representation, the resemblance between the tree and I. As the pure white snowflakes danced across the clear blue sky, the tree, now naked and exposed in front of me, exemplified my own self. I couldn’t hide from the truth; I couldn’t hide behind the vibrant colors of my life, I couldn 't hide and live life the way I had been before. Just like the tree, who needs sunshine to grow

  • A Report On Tree Pits

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    Tree pits shall be three times the size of the root ball to be planted, with a minimum depth of 1.5 times the depth of the root ball. The bottom of the pit shall be forked over to an additional depth of 300mm to facilitate root penetration, air movement and free drainage. See SD 702 sheets 1 or 2 for installation details. Mulch to tree pits in reserves shall be placed over the tree pit radially to 1000mm from the trunk of the tree or to the extremity of the tree’s drip line, whichever is the greater

  • The Story Of The Koa Tree

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    weights for the preceding four months we were still winded by the moderate size hill. We took a break half way up but this was no wasted break. I found an opening off the path and noticed a Koa tree about three feet high. Then I turned to Mikey and said, “this is the reason we came up here.” “Is that a Koa tree?” I remember him asking before I explained to him how it most definitely was, however, as they reach maturity they take on a different form. We were there in search for the great elders, towering

  • The Life Of A Giant Tree

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    You’re sitting in a giant tree. The leaves are are blue and they shine, not just a simple glow, but an actual light. The bark is a dark reddish-purplish-brown. You can’t see the bottom of the tree and you don’t know what the ground looks like. You feel the cold wind on your face, your jacket not doing much to keep you warm. You hear a vvp sound coming from below your branch. The sound is gone as instantly as it appeared. As you crawl to the trunk of the tree, you look around for what made the sound

  • Point Of View Of The Mango Tree

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    roots Theme: Burden and Complaints Point of View: The narrator’s point of view is in third person. Plot Summary: The story is about the mango tree.This tree had many branches which gave generous shade and bore many luscious fruits. Everybody who saw the fine yield of fruit admired the tree and wished they owned a tree like it. Then, one day, a complaining voice was heard right under the bottom of the tree.The voice was complaining about the burden that he

  • Little Pine Tree Essay

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    for : 696832 Anjelena Cook Pen name: Anjelena Ellett Title: Little Pine Tree's Awakening Little Pine Tree was about three feet tall with bright green needles on all his branches. His favorite color was red. He always wore a thick, red scarf around the trunk of his tree. He was a curious little tree. He noticed the many different colors of the world. (Insert image 1: Little Pine Tree with red scarf standing all alone) He loved the bright blue sky, the fluffy white snow, the yellow sun

  • The Christmas Tree Essay

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    The Christmas Tree   Tightly squashed like sardines my family and I travel back to my childhood in thirty simple minutes. The sunshine tickles my eyelids through the salt- stained window. Bing Crosby chimes in his monotone voice singing, "I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas", setting the mood. His voice is like a familiar calling that Christmas is near.   Bundled in our scratchy layers of insulation reminds me of deep sea diving. Pine sap and burning wood greet my nose, as we

  • The Legend of Big Tree Warrior

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    The Legend of Big Tree Warrior Once there was a great Native Indian tribe named Impauwaka, known for their gift of the most fertile land of the Earth. They were lead by a strong, brave, yet quiet leader named Big Tree Warrior, whose ancestors led their civilization to beautiful land countless moons ago. Young children cleaned fresh vegetables by wide open fields of golden grains. Fathers hunted at dusk on the distant planes, when the buffalo were lulled into peaceful rest by the glorious sunset.