Beauty of Nature Poems - Page 5

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  1. 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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  3. Starry Night

    • By Joseph Letourneau
    • Published: February 2009

    Starry Night, Starry Night,
    The stars shining in the sky.
    The stars twinkling in my eye,
    Like the sun in the daytime sky,

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  4. Beauty Of Love

    • By Misganaw Chekole
    • Published: January 2009

    as I whisper goodbye to nature
    with this tiny bird in the palm of my hands
    beautiful golden colors start to surround me
    smelling a hint of heaven in my soul

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  6. 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.

  7. Silhouettes In Sunsets (Painting A Picture)

    The sun sets across the horizon.
    The shadows grew.
    Mesmerized by the colors,
    The yellow and orange hues.

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    I remember a sunset, and I played while drawing a beautiful picture. Then I went to my house and hung up the picture in the center of the rosy wall in my room. I found this poem and stuck the...

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  8. 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.

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  10. A New Dawn

    • By Mumtaz
    • Published: July 2008

    The central time when dusk meets dawn
    and the time when sun touches the lawn,
    even in my heart's legacy,
    I knew it was sheer ecstasy.

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  11. Watching The Rain

    Rain Poem

    Rain, glorious, pounding, soaking rain
    How I love to hear your song
    Drowning my world in your torrential downpour
    I sit here and contemplate your frenzy dance moves upon my window panes

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    Wonderful to find,...
    The thought below prompted me to do a search on "Beautiful poems and stories about rain".

    Rain, rain, beautiful rain. Gods nourishment to our mere existence. Yet...

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  12. Thunderstorms

    • By Lizzy
    • Published: May 2008

    My favourite type of weather
    Is a thunderstorm for sure
    Because when I'm at home
    I feel quite secure.

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  13. The Grand Canyon

    She picked up her brush and began to paint
    Her pallet of earth sometimes was faint
    The depth of scene was beyond reach of eye
    Topped now and again by a turquoise sky

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