Beauty of Nature Poem

Poem About Enjoying Nature

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Analysis of Form and Technique

Nature's Way

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Published: July 2007

Upon a nice mid-spring day,
Let's take a look at Nature's way.
Breathe the scent of nice fresh air,
Feel the breeze within your hair.

The grass will poke between your toes,
Smell the flowers with your nose.
Clouds form shapes within the skies,
And light will glisten from your eyes.

Hear the buzzing of the bees,
Climb the tallest willow trees.
Look across the meadow way,
And you shall see a young deer play.

Pick the daisies as they grow,
Watch a gentle cold stream flow.
Know the sounds of water splash,
Catch its glimmer in a flash.

When altogether all seems sound,
Lay yourself upon the ground.
Take a moment to inhale,
And listen to Nature tell her tale...

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For Students - Analysis of Form and Technique

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Techniques this Poem uses:

  • The author uses the 5 senses to describe nature to the readers. Using the 5 senses in writing creates a clearer picture and makes the readers feel a part of the setting.

    Breathe the scent of nice fresh air
    Feel the breeze within your hair
    Smell the flowers with your nose
    Hear the buzzing of the bees
    Watch a gentle cold stream flow

  • Follows the AABB rhyming pattern.
    The last word of the first two lines rhyme, and the last word of the third and fourth lines rhyme.

    Upon a nice mid-spring day, A
    Let's take a look at Nature's way, A
    Breathe the scent of nice fresh air, B
    Feel the breeze within your hair. B

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  • by Jack Williams
  • 8 months ago

Have you ever thought of this poem as a response to Thomas Moran's, "The Grand Canyon of Yellow Stone"? It is beautifully written and encompasses themes of freedom, nature, and serenity, as seen in the painting mentioned before. Thank you for your gift to poetry!

  • by Michael
  • 1 year ago

Thank you for sharing this poem. I was looking for a poem using this rhyme scheme for an example in an ESL class, and this one was the Goldilocks of them all. It used simple yet descriptive language and had a significant meaning.

  • by Scotty Cloward
  • 1 year ago

I love how sweet it is, and that it actually is talking about appreciating nature. iThis is the first poem I've come across that shows this. Thank you for sharing this poem.

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