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Poems About: NATURE

In this page, poems on / about “nature” are listed.

  • 109.
    nature

    nature's touch
    that touches our heart so much.
    with the colours of vibgyor
    which makes the world seem yours read more »

    rakshit rajender
  • 110.
    Nature Destroys Nature

    Nature destroys Nature in storms and earthquakes
    Man destroys man on the battlefield
    And man destroys Nature because of the blood that they shed
    Sinks, to the center of the Earth read more »

    Athena Goddess of Wisdom Lumis Light to all
  • 111.
    Mother Nature

    Often I marvel at Mother Nature
    And its unique adventures
    It has in stock for us
    I have to say Mother Nature is the boss read more »

    Sylvia Chidi
  • 112.
    Care For Nature

    we have to care for nature
    nature is everything read more »

    Bianka Blue
  • 113.
    Growing with

    Growing with nature
    Growing in maturity
    With wisdom and love
    Going with nature read more »

    gajanan mishra
  • 114.
    Nature and Us

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    John Eziekel Cagape
  • 115.
    SONNET FOR OUR MOTHER NATURE

    Mother Nature
    We love you
    So much
    Mother Nature read more »

    Aldo Kraas
  • 116.
    THERE IS A FRASER CANYON

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    Aldo Kraas
  • 117.
    Upon the lap of Nature

    A lonesome bird
    A whispering wind
    A solitary cloud,
    Nature is a singular scene. read more »

    Ravi Panamanna
  • 118.
    Nature Bound

    Says who you poor,
    You aren't poor,
    For discovered not fully discerns,
    Says who you poor, read more »

    BUNMI OROGUN SAMUEL
  • 119.
    Nature

    comprendre, apprécier et étudier,
    la nature en est une,
    une réalité véridique des mots inexpliqués,
    une composition des phrases analysées, read more »

    kafun lady
  • 120.
    John The Odd

    With other children games he did not play
    When they played football he would steal away
    To take short walk or rest in shade of tree
    He felt happy in his own company. read more »

    Francis Duggan
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