Poetry

Nature’s Beauty (#1038)

The Earth offers us beauty if we choose to look,
From pine fresh forests to the babbling brook,
The glistening early morning dew on grass,
The fog tickled sight of a mountain pass,
The changing colors of leaves in the fall,
The hum and power of a majestic waterfall,
The smell of earth coming from a plowed field,
The aromas and colors of a harvest’s yield,
The squawk of seagulls and the crash of waves,
The echoes of dripping water in underground caves,
The slow meander of clouds in the sky,
The glide of an eagle and its warning cry,
There’s plenty of beauty to behold I guarantee,
If only we’d all take the time to look up and see,

Any Thoughts?

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