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Poems About: NATURE

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  • 25.
    Gaia’s Plan

    Please, don’t sweep the leaves away –
    Their essence gives to life’s decay.

    Never hack the flowers down – read more »

    Mark R Slaughter
  • 26.
    The Nature 1

    Enjoy the nature
    Take as much as you can picture

    Look at the nature read more »

    Shaheer Ahmed
  • 27.

    Nature is mighty
    Nature is strong
    Nature is usually always right
    Nature is rarely ever wrong read more »

    Jessica lee Workman
  • 28.
    Thirteen Lines

    A brain peered through stoic eyes;
    Yet all it saw was rendered into
    Flawed interpretation -
    No honoured contemplation of a read more »

    Mark R Slaughter
  • 29.
    Mist Upon the Placid Morn

    Bleed out your beauty, Autumn –
    Give up a gentle wrist, and smear
    Your bloody hues atop the green. read more »

    Mark R Slaughter
  • 30.
    As I ventured to the Wood

    As I ventured to the wood,
    I stopped to draw on dewy air; let
    Droplets shimmer in my hair, that
    Rested on my tranquil head – as read more »

    Mark R Slaughter
  • 31.
    Nature Tells Me

    Nature tells me not to be proud
    of my riches for I am not
    richer than her. read more »

    Palas kumar Ray
  • 32.

    Nature is beautiful
    nature is fun
    love it or hate it
    nature is something to love read more »

    kerri king
  • 33.
    An Important News Bulletin

    THE SHODDY TIMES June 6,2012

    Chinese Backpedal Against Evidence of Chrome Conspiracy read more »

    Udiah (witness to Yah)
  • 34.
    A Country Path in Late Spring

    The path of mossy ground nestled
    In between maternal hedgerows,
    That overgrew atop, dimming down
    The brilliance of the day. read more »

    Mark R Slaughter
  • 35.
    Haiku (Senryu) ~ Winter Rain

    with sweater-pullovers
    winter rain read more »

    Palas kumar Ray
  • 36.
    Country Walking

    I walked a league and o'er the moor;
    I walked and walked as ne’er before,
    And on to walk from dale to hill
    And on again to claim the thrill. read more »

    Mark R Slaughter
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