Environment Poem

Poem About Missing Nature

I wrote this while traveling back to London from a day in Kent.

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Roses are red violets are blue; I love nature, so do you. When I wake I see the sky shinning like you. We love the colorful bird, to see them flying high. The water sparkles like a...

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Countryside To City

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Published: June 2014

As I look to the sky, I can clearly see
The glorious sun beaming down on me.
The clouds go from thick to a whispy thin.
To miss such a view is a terrible sin.
As I look around this spectacular place,
I feel a smile take over my face.
The fields of lush green grass are dotted
With beautiful wild flowers the bees have spotted,
Busily flying from flower to flower,
Pollinating before a shower.
The distinctive red of a poppy field
To a tarmac strip they have to yield.
The man-made pathway cuts through nature's canvas,
Taking us to far flung places around us
To a built up concrete industrial machine
Where places like this are rarely seen,
So whenever you visit the countryside,
Take a few moments to put aside
So you will remember what you have seen
Before you return to the not so green.

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  • Jahwarden J. Bishop by Jahwarden J. Bishop
  • 2 years ago

Roses are red violets are blue; I love nature, so do you.
When I wake I see the sky shinning like you.

We love the colorful bird, to see them flying high.
The water sparkles like a diamond just like you are.

I love to see the canoe sailing on the diamond sea
And the fishies too.

I love to go bird watching every day.
It makes me feel comfort in every way.

The birds in their nest sleeping away.
This is all about nature.

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