Tinashe Mupedzapasi

Rookie - 211 Points (12-07-1993)

Nature2


I have no words to explain
The beauty of the sun as it sets in the west
Clothing the horizon in a redish mantle
The smoking, thundering waterfall
Forming a rainbow as the mist meet the sun raise
A meandering river running through the forest
Leaving life to the plants and animals
At diver times the eagle appears in the sky
Flying down the river searching for prey
The blossoming flowers beyond the river
Red, white, pink oh my its beautiful
Nature is beautiful even more

Submitted: Monday, May 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013

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