Mother Nature, The Beauty Queen
Lofty mountain paints the scene,
Trees and bushes fill the green.
Crispy voice of birds chirping,
Humming sound of bees churning.
Alluring oasis thirst quenching,
Reflecting rays of sunlight so soothing.
Choice of flowers wide-ranging,
View of blooming flowers bewildering.
Streams of river meandering,
Forming deltas so encompassing.
Smell of sweetness so filling,
Sense of freedom enlightening.
Sexy sirens and charming nymphs,
Carefree gypsies and quixotic imps,
Alas, but none can be compared to
Mother Nature, the Beauty Queen!
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