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 by Peter Christian by Peter Christian
  
-A living, vibrant memorial, stands in the wooded Grose Valley depthsOf slander, stately, blue gums, their limbs raised-in solemn praise +A living, vibrant memorial, stands in the wooded Grose Valley depths ​
-For that handful of inspired, dedicated, believers in a cause, +Of slender, stately, blue gums, their limbs raised in solemn praise ​| 
-In a heart-felt vision of unspoilt beauty, no-one could erase. +For that handful of inspired, dedicated, believers in a cause, ​| 
-They toiled undaunted and resolute, against considerable ignorance,​ +In a heart-felt vision of unspoilt beauty, no-one could erase. ​| 
-Giving freely of their energies, precious lives, the hard-earned pound.Spare them a thought, when you sense the majesty they have saved, ​The ignoble death by the greedy edge of the axe's ringing sound.' + 
-Here humans can treat their self-inflicted,​ stress-related disease.The serenity and solitude our soul yearns for, can be replenished. We shed our fears, our facades wither, by campfire glow. +|They toiled undaunted and resolute, against considerable ignorance, ​| 
-Leaving only footprints, the bush remains ​priitineunblemishea:​ +Giving freely of their energies, precious lives, the hard-earned pound. ​
-The Blue GUms invoke reverence respect for co-existence with trees. +Spare them a thought, when you sense the majesty they have saved, ​
-Man may be the last link of evolution, but aannot surVive'​ defiance. +The ignoble death by the greedy edge of the axe's ringing sound. ​
-The cathedral-like vault of their trunks at first hushes social patter, + 
-Realizing we're but ants on the forest floor, amidst a land of giants.+|Here humans can treat their self-inflicted,​ stress-related disease. ​
 +The serenity and solitude our soul yearns for, can be replenished. ​
 +We shed our fears, our facades wither, by campfire glow. | 
 +Leaving only footprints, the bush remains ​pristine, unblemished. | 
 + 
 +The Blue Gums invoke reverence respect for co-existence with trees. ​| 
 +Man may be the last link of evolution, but aannot surVive'​ defiance. ​| 
 +The cathedral-like vault of their trunks at first hushes social patter, ​| 
 +Realizing we're but ants on the forest floor, amidst a land of giants. ​|
  
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