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Nature

Postby Unknownsu » Thu Jun 10, 2004 7:57 pm

Nature always has Her Way

The sunrise glistens the sky with red
A sign that hints we should be out of bed
The sunset marks the end of day
Around the world she makes her way

The sun breaks through the thick grey sky
A source of life through nature's eye
The sand, the sea, the ocean's width
Reminds the viewer, it is far from myth

The rain pours down the heavens above
With a sound that hypnotizes the world we love
Yet run we do, from its wet embrace
And dread the world an awful place

The once blue sky of feathery clouds
Left us the feeling of being proud
But a storm draws near with terrible wrath
With hopes of destroying everything in its path

The snowflakes dance as they descend the earth
Like tears of joy in spiritual birth
But with it comes the cold we hate
As bodies flee the days of late

The forest trees stand proud and eternal
As evening falls; alive is the nocturnal
The gentle wind makes the green field sway
For the course of nature is such that way

You can't help but stare in admiration
The beauty of life in its own salvation
Appreciate it with each passing day
For Nature always finds a way

A mother who always has Her way.

RedRose

Postby RedRose » Thu Jun 10, 2004 11:30 pm

teacher, I can't exactly understand what you want to represent by the poem.

according to my superficial comprehension, maybe you mean: everything or everyong goes naturally?
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RedRose

Postby RedRose » Fri Jun 11, 2004 4:46 pm

wonder, who is right?

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Postby Unknownsu » Sun Jun 13, 2004 8:36 am

Redrose, who is right? Naturally, that would be me since I wrote the poem.

There's really no hidden theme. It's just a poem that represents the beauty (and sometimes disastrous side) of nature. Just appreciate it.


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