Blessing Ekpe

Rookie - 81 Points (7 may / Nigeria)

Nature


Nature is GOD blessing to mankind
All you see is its splendor and beauty
Large and magnificent
Who can describe and fathom its dept?

Nature is GOD and GOD is nature
You can’t know a word without knowing the alphabet
Man is nature
The exploration of nature will take eternity

Beautiful flowers aroma fills the air
It‘s intoxicate the blood
The tree in the forest sings as while as the birds
The river quenches man‘s thirst

The rain wet the ground
For man to cultivate and plant
The breezes cool off the harshness of the sun on one’s skin
Season come and go but GOD work remain

As man scrutinized assessed, record and file nature
It still remain untouched
So fertile and green
The more man explore, the more spiritually incline he become

Show me a man who can explain the end and beginning of nature
And I will show you a GOD at work in him
It is only nature that speaks back the truth to you
Just as it is speaking to you now.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 19, 2011
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