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45) I lost my Christmas Tree this Christmas

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I asked a mangrove tree, he presented me with a creative idea in return.

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I asked a poster, which told me the story of the forest.

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Asked a tortoise, which told me it is not in the water.

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Asked an autumn leaf, which told me it is not far away.

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Asked the fern trees, they reply “aren’t we gorgeous enough?!”

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Asked the restaurant staff, they showed me the Christmas set meal.

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Asked a delicate flower, she said, “I am not a tree”.

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Asked a mini-waterfall, he said, “I couldn’t hear you”.

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Asked a cannon ball tree, he said, you could take me as the ornaments.

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Asked an antique clock, he told me time is running out.

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So, so, where is my Christmas tree?  Is it hidden with you somewhere?

I lost my Christmas tree….lost it in the Singapore Botanic Gardens

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Author: Sydney Fong

Hi, I am Sydney, a Singaporean. Making a living as an Architectural Illustrator, visionary. My blog entails categories of my interest, joy, upheaval of life and its destiny. Every post has its own characteristic. It conveys a story of its own, and the life of its owner.

22 thoughts on “45) I lost my Christmas Tree this Christmas

  1. another nice and creative idea for your blog-post – I like it.

  2. Thanks for the smile. :-)

  3. Nice! By the way, I don’t hid your Christmas tree . . . :P

  4. I love this Sydney. I can’t have a tree this year because of my cat, but I always love your blogs. Great pictures and wonderful words to go with! :D

    • Hi Keli, Is my pleasure to have a Blogger friend like you! Since, we don’t have a Christmas tree, let’s find in the inner self which I think you got it! Have a great day, Keli!

  5. Lovely! Did you look in that National Park in Singapore for your tree? I forgot the name of it, but I once took a hike there when I spent a couple of weeks in Singapore. It was a slow day, and one of the Park Rangers (that’s what we call them in the US) gave me a guided tour. (:

  6. What a fun post. Nice pictures too.

  7. :-) Nice post!!! Beautiful pictures!!!

  8. Inspiring post… love it… :)
    Merry Christmas Sydney… Happy holiday.. !!

  9. Beautiful and very creatif but I miss colored balloons.

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