Treasure Island

Dang Xiong

(October 13th 1994 / USA)

Nature


The leaves blow in the wind;
The waves crash on the shore,
Animals, lazy from the hunt,
That is the way of nature.

The croak of frogs, the chirps of birds;
Worn out paths and new-built roads,
The ruins worn out through the years, newly built cities of our time,
Nature, this is its way.

Nature, what's your nature;
Kindness and hate, two main natures,
Natures of love and hate, many have experienced,
All natures have beauty I'm not mistaken.

All natures are special and beautiful in their own way,
No matter what.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, October 14, 2008

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  • Kay Pennington (11/30/2008 12:00:00 PM)

    i think this poem is my favorite that you written. nature is pretty, more people just need to see that. (Report) Reply

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