Dr Shamim ali


I Believe In God


I Believe In God
I spell it Nature.
I always enjoy nature
One touch of nature
Makes the whole world
The nearest and dearest.
When I climb the mountains
Nature provides enough company
The mountains calling
The first rays of sun
And heaven is here
Nature rejuvenates so quickly
So completely so beautifully
Though we often view ourselves
Otherwise, we are nature
When I look at the trees
Find the dance of the Pine trees
When I look at the birds
Find the steady movement of flight
When I look at the clouds
Find the all shades of God's pallet
When I look at the stars
Find all sheen and shine
And if you have eyes
You will be able to see
Joy is everywhere
The whole existence is joyful
Everything is simply happy
Trees are happy for no reason
Look at the flowers
Happy for no reason
It is simply unbelievable
How happy Nature is
By
Dr Shamim Ali

Submitted: Friday, December 28, 2012

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