Beauty of Nature Poem

Poem About Alaska's Nature

I visited Alaska before going into high school, and it was the best vacation I've ever been on. I can honestly say that I've never felt as peaceful and one with nature as I did there. I'd love to go back for much longer and discover much more. I wrote this on my cruise and never thought to fine tune it, never showed it to my friends either, but I think it is time to share the beauty I saw in the best way I know how, through writing.

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Published: June 2014

I always like winter best.
Windy and rainy,
It appears to never rest.

See the water fall beside
This dark, hidden road,
Far from the calm ocean tide.

This is a beautiful land
Frozen within ice
Where the great trees strongly stand.

Beyond the town of Skagway
Gates to the Klondike
Where peace seems to always stay.

Saw-tooth peaks point to the sky
Tall and majestic
Where nature's great secrets lie.

Resting on the pointy peaks
Sleep the white glaciers
I can hear the Tlingits speak

This is where my worries flee
In great Alaska
Where my heart will always be.


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