The Tree: Fruits & Branches
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There is a tree, living in a land so free.
Its trunk is strong and sturdy. No one can chop down the tree.
The tree has branches. Some are strong, some are not. Some stay still as the wind blows. Some snap and go with the flow.
The branches bear fruits. Some are ripe and sweet to the taste. Others are bitter and bruised on the face.
The gardener who looks after the tree, loves to pick, eat, and share the fruits you see.
He gathers some of the fruits that are sweet. He shares them with his friends to eat.
They eat the fruits and plant the seeds. Now there will be more sweet fruits to eat.
If any tree shall bear fruits bruise and unsweetend, unripe, and not fit to eat, the branch will be cut off. Only good fruits belong on a tree. No need for fruits we cannot eat.
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About the author:
I am Rickeria Lendale. I live in a small town called Pahokee in Florida. Pahokee also means Grassy Waters or Grass Waters. I want to give praise and honor to my Alahym Yahuah by way of his son Yahusha Ha Mashiach for allowing me to be able to publish children’s and graphic novels. I love writing and creating illustrations. I started self-teaching myself digital illustration in 2016. It has really been a journey for me and still ongoing. I hope you continue to read more of what I publish! Stay tune for more.
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Short poem storybook for kids about a gardener who looks after a tree. He shares the fruits of the tree and replants the seeds for more trees can grow.