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Poems About: NATURE

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

  • 373.
    Where Nature She Loses Her Temper

    The dead are past all cares and sorrows the survivors their life's dreams destroyed
    'Tis said that in Nature's moment of anger in Kashmir that thousands of people have died
    She leaves behind grief and desolation great buildings toppled to the ground
    Where Nature she loses her temper death and destruction to be found. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 374.
    Lying Fallow

    All natures know it’s for the best.
    Except for man who lacks the sense
    to realise it’s time for rest.
    Man views the winter as a test, read more »

    ivor or ivor.e hogg
  • 375.
    The Mystic And The Realist

    in his poem 'To the Cuckoo' Wordsworth described the bird as a mysterious thing
    As if a bird's voice without a bird out of nowhere did sing
    As he told he searched for the bird on bush and sky and tree
    And yet that voice to him remained as a great mystery. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 376.
    Every Living Thing Barring Mother Nature

    They may be very famous people and leave their footprints in the sands of time
    And their legends may live on for centuries and even outlive the poet's rhyme
    But their fame won't live on forever though them the masses celebrate
    For every living thing barring Mother Nature has on it set a time date. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 377.
    Like His Mother Nature

    Despite advanced medical technology people still age and die
    And though people on an average live longer now one fact we can't deny
    Is that the Reaper who claims every life will one day claim your's and mine
    Each day we live we draw closer to our lives finish line. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 378.
    I Envy The Forgotten Hermit

    Our kind has climbed the highest mountains and jumped out of planes in the sky
    And walked upon outer space planets in places to where birds cannot fly
    We even try to compete with Nature with the emphasis on the word try
    But Nature wins out in the long run for we age and grow old and die. read more »

    Francis Duggan
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