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Poems About: NATURE

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

  • 337.

    Shuttering, of the windows at night
    light moon rays, at the sight
    Is it the plight of the skies
    Or the wonder nature? read more »

    Dilpreet Singh
  • 338.
    Each Creature Within Nature

    From the great whales of the ocean to the garden snail in his shell
    Each creature within Nature does serve it's purpose well
    And the creatures we dismiss as vermin are not vermin at all
    They contribute to Nature in some way though their contribution may seem small read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 339.
    Our Wonder Of Her Only Does Seem To Grow

    The artists and poets by the beauty of Nature inspired to sketch and to write
    Their drawings for others to look at and their poems for others to read and recite
    And in Nature there is always great beauty to see
    In paddock and parkland and on every bush and tree read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 340.

    Nature is a core to human pleasure

    Pleasure is a core to human nature read more »

    Jeff Rushton
  • 341.
    If I Should Die Tomorrow Say Only This Of Me

    If I should die tomorrow say only this of me
    In Nature's marvellous creations great beauty he did see
    He found some joy in writing reams of stuff he did write
    Though none of it is memorable or worthy to recite read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 342.
    Arguably John Clare

    In the English language the greatest poet of Nature is arguably John Clare
    Many of his bird and animal and insect poems are gems beyond compare
    Yet he died in Northampton mental asylum where he had lived for many years
    He penned such marvellous poetry though his life was full of tears. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 343.
    You Great Goddess Of Nature

    You great Goddess of Nature I see the beauty you create every day
    In saying you are the only God I know of I do mean what I say
    'Tis said that you and Mother Nature are one and of the same
    Goddess of Nature or Mother Nature you go by either name read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 344.
    You Who Say You Do Not Love Nature

    You who say that you do not love Nature I wonder about you I do
    'Tis sad to think you are not a rare one there are many others like you
    You claim that Land for Wildlife should be developed for houses and the old growth trees on them cut down
    We are in need of far more houses to add to the size of the town read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 345.
    Of Life And Of Nature

    I knew just as much about them fifty years ago
    Of Life and of Nature as now I do know
    Though from our dealings with people we learn every day
    We learn as we live as some are known to say read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 346.
    Every Life Form

    Every life form that lives on this Planet serves Nature in some sort of a way
    And no life form in truth is vermin despite what some do think or say
    Each life form is there for some purpose whatever that purpose may be
    For the worth of each individual species ask one with more knowledge of Nature than me read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 347.
    I'm Always Learning From Nature

    For many years I have loved Nature but little about her I know
    My knowledge of her is basic I know a finch from a crow
    Recognize some birds by their songs know a wallaby from a roo
    Know a wombat from an echidna and a rosella from a cockatoo read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 348.

    Man thought he was civilizing,
    When he was getting away from nature,
    But nature has its way to remind,
    How it can affect our future. read more »

    payal mathur
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