James Darwin Smith II

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Nature Poem by James Darwin Smith II


Nature, oh how I adore you
Giving me such unconditional love
Always accepting
Always giving me inspiration
For good or bad
Anywhere and everywhere I go

Oh, how you have helped me grow

Sweet nature, Sweet nature
Beyond my gratitude you have sung
Songs of such tender bliss
Ballads of the heavens above
Sweet sound my heart can never get enough of

Nature, you are such a blessing
A blessing never disguised
Always being as real as can be
Always rewarding these blue eyes

I love you, Nature
You have been a huge part of my life
No matter where I am at
You are always there to love me
Even when I forget you are there

Nature, you are my cure
Thank you for always being, here

Thank you for always helping me grow

Submitted: Friday, January 31, 2014
Edited: Friday, January 31, 2014

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Written on 1/31/14

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