Behold into the wilderness; hazel dreams unfurl,
Morning with his gracile hues; gleams as a scarlet pearl.
Opalescent butterflies flutter in amber shades,
Flying amid the sparkling mist; their ebullience never fades.
Deeper into the world of trees; solitary zephyrs blow,
Carrying the scent of mother's body; they witness a scarlet glow.
Beneath the canopy; o'er the crust, a diverse biota thrives,
Ignorant of the human world; breathes a million lives.
Hazel rays from abysmal skies; drape the trees with love,
They beam as embers; too ablaze, with clouds all above.
Gowned in a tinge of crimson streaks; the trees behold in a hush,
Chirping birds and sauntering moles cherish the foliage lush.