Beauty of Nature Poems - Page 5

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  1. At The Mountainside

    Nature Is Mesmerizing

    Fresh breeze and snowcapped peaks,
    sky inked with pale blue.
    The water at the lake is crystal clear,
    the green grass, cows silently chew.

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    This poem it really touched to my heart. It describes everything about the nature. Nature is the best thing god has ever given us.

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  3. Wind Howling

    • By Ashleen Romano
    • Published: August 2008

    Awoken from my nightmarish dreams,
    The sounds of wind howling,
    Its fists beating against my windows.

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    Thank you for liking my poem I wrote it when I was 14 years old.

  4. Sounds Of Nature

    • By John F. Malomo
    • Published: June 2016
    Poem About The Music In Nature

    When the day becomes the night and the moon begins to glow,
    The ocean waves will sing a song nobody knows.

    As the mountains peak up high and the trees begin to shake,

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    When I couldn't find anything for a project, I came to this website and searched poems and found this...great poem.

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  6. The Countryside

    Deep into the wood where the Bluebells grow
    Next to them the wild garlic will show
    An old oak creeks with a century of age
    With brand new shoots and the sun they crave...

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  7. The Sky

    • By Chelsea Poshni
    • Published: June 2011
    Poem About A Sunset

    Have you seen the Sunset and Sunrise
    And the Horizon that's a prize
    How the colors mix and melt
    And look as soft as felt...

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  8. Little Things

    • By Tribani Deori
    • Published: October 2018
    Nature's Treasures

    When the morning drizzles touch the unfolding buds,
    When the sunshine turns the dewdrops into diamond,
    When Spring's first daisies bloom,
    When the wanderer wind wanders and the palm leaves dance,

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  10. The Lonely Bird

    Poem About The Joy People Find In Life And Change

    In a park whither an elderly man once went
    was a bird with a voice so wonderful much money would he have spent
    just to hear that melodic bird sing
    and listen to its voice, with that majestic ring.

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  11. Natural Life

    • By Miranda A.
    • Published: March 2011
    Poem About Beauty

    Take a moment to notice
    The beauty of the trees.
    Sit and take a look
    At the dancing leaves....

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  12. The Way Of Nature

    • By Trisha Prasad
    • Published: June 2014
    Poem About Parts of Nature

    Oh the trees,
    See them cluster,
    They give you shade,
    That's the way of nature....

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  13. Silent Sight

    • By Kelsey M. Musselman
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About The Inspiration Of Nature

    All is silent, all is still
    No one around to see the thrill;
    Small, small light
    A shadow moves...

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    Nature reflects the calm and the chaos in my life.

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