Do you think that you will ever see a poem lovely as a tree?
The answer is no.
However, I have begun a series of blog entries on my Tumblr site of my "Top Ten References to Nature by Emily Dickinson," and these entries are most certainly about as close as one can get to poems lovely as trees (and yes, I know that the tree reference is Kilmer, not Dickinson. Sue me.)
# 10 on my list is HERE, # 9 is HERE, # 8 is HERE, and # 7 is HERE. I'll post numbers 6 through 1 soon -- but with the busy nature of my life, I can't say exactly when. I'll try to get them done and posted soon -- but I'll make no guarantees. If you want a guarantee, then buy a Slap Chop -- and I'll guarantee that you'll be dicing, chopping, and mincing vegetables in seconds to make a salad (you can chop up fruits and nuts too).
Anyhoo, when you get a chance, check out my posts for the "Top Ten References to Nature by Emily Dickinson." And by the way, that's me standing under the tree in the picture. That's one big tree. I guarantee it!