Beauty of Nature Poem

Feeling Connected To The Forests And Nature

Many feel interwoven with something far greater than themselves while in a forest but don't understand why. Perhaps, we've forgotten the instincts that told us we're not above nature but are bound to it like all other life on Earth. We are responsible for destroying vast areas of forests, damaging Earth's environment, and killing thousands of other species, as we greedily consume Earth's finite resources. We must remember to walk lightly on Earth like other creatures do or risk losing it all.

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Forest Delights

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Published: August 4, 2019

Leaves fluttering on a gentle breeze,
Within the forest of whispering trees,
Makes sunlight gracefully dance there,
Upon the ground and everywhere.
Dappling streams with sparkling light,
Catching the colors of birds in flight,
Giving flowers a lovely surreal glow,
Rousing our spirits with nature's show.

Nightfall gives the forest a mysterious allure
As trees become shadows of what they were;
Soon a chorus arises deep in forest thickets,
From the croaking frogs and chirping crickets,
Blending in the whip-poor-wills' lonely calls,
With the owls' echoing pleas in forest halls,
As fireflies scatter light upon a dark palette,
All beneath the mystic forest's starlit coverlet.

Nature's melodic sounds are sure to enthrall,
As life's songs peal within a forest cathedral.
Nature adds the wind's timbre with a breeze,
Or the rain's resonating rhythm through leaves.
Merging with rippling sounds of forest streams,
All serenading restless minds into daydreams
That comforts those who seek refuge there.
If only they'll listen while in the forest's care.

Thoughts become gentle among natural sights,
While our spirits entwine with forest delights,
Enticing us to hear life's natural gifts of mirth,
Inviting us to see the wondrous beauty of Earth,
As nature stirs feelings some cannot determine;
Yet, the subtle answers lie in a forest's sermon,
Urging us to listen to instincts we once knew,
To walk lightly on Earth as other creatures do.

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  • Flynn Hegney by Flynn Hegney
  • 4 weeks ago

This poem touches my heart deeply because I enjoy practicing/learning/enjoying/reading/memorizing descriptive poems (in this case about nature's beauties), especially when the words fill the gaps in your mind and reach out into relaxing you. This set of emotion makes me realize how much I truly connect to this poem. So thank you, Belinda, for creating this incredible poem. Your poem is nearly better than nature itself! I am performing this poem this week after rehearsing and memorizing it thoroughly. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to do this.

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