Beauty of Nature Poem

An Enchanting Poem Celebrating Nature's Melody

One breezy spring day, as I sat by an open window, I began enjoying the rustling sounds of the trees. These serene sounds, born by the wind, were enhanced as it inspired the birds to sing and created other sounds. I found myself comparing these blended natural sounds to the same soothing effect of music. The wind seemed to be the conductor of this natural symphony, and like music, it has the power to stir the heart and mind. The words for this poem came to mind on that breezy spring day.

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The Wind's Grand Opus

© more by Belinda Stotler

Published by Family Friend Poems May 2016 with permission of the Author.

The wind whispers to the waiting trees,
A special summons to rouse their spirit;
Strumming their branches with a breeze,
And swirling the leaves to add some merit,
As the wind composes a bewitching song,
That makes us happy the wind came along.

The wind's breath lifts birds on silent wings,
High above the treetops and hills with ease,
And when they hear the song the wind sings,
They alight to rest among the rustling trees,
Where they must satisfy their longing desire,
To add their lovely voices to the wind's choir.

The wind coaxes the green grasses to sway,
And stirs wild flowers into a rhythmic dance;
As if answering the wind's call to come play,
They offer soft murmurs that surely enhance,
The joyful chorus of the wind's beautiful song,
That grows more enchanting as it goes along.

Over the deep oceans of lore the wind blew,
Seeking more sounds from the sweet Earth,
So it whipped up the waters of the ocean blue,
Creating thunderous crescendos of great worth,
That perfectly blends into the wind's grand opus,
Which awakens and inspires a spirit within us.

Over the mountain peaks the cool wind blows,
Traversing with forlorn hope over lonely terrain,
Through rocky crevices and snowy trees it flows,
Creating a haunting and eerie wailing refrain,
That adds a bit of sorrow to the wind's song,
Touching the hearts of all as it travels along.

Sometimes the wind grows in howling anger,
Gathering dark clouds with thundering sounds,
Warning all with lightning of growing danger,
To all the human edifices and life it surrounds,
Compelling us to listen to its meaningful song,
That humbles and reminds us where we belong.

The wind's song was born when the Earth began,
Caressing its many splendors and various terrains,
As it played nature's instruments long before man,
Creating a continuous song of wondrous refrains,
That bewitches and humbles as it journeys along,
Until finally the Earth is no more and ends its song.


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A wonderful talent shared. Enjoyed this and The Forest's Blessed Abode.

  • Sara S by Sara S
  • 7 years ago

Thank you for sharing this poem with all of us. My family recently lost my father-in-law. He was battling cancer and in his last few hours, I decided to read some poems to comfort him along with prayer and Psalms. This poem, in particular, was the last I recited to him before he passed. I wanted to help him focus on nature and God, and this poem was very helpful in doing that. Death can be difficult for many, but I believe the soothing words from prayer and poems gently helped him carry on into his peace with it.

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