Beauty of Nature Poems

Beautiful Nature Poems

When we take the time to examine the beauty of the world around us, we are able to see parallels within our own lives. One who in tune with nature is in tune with the practice of living. Nature moves in a spiral as do our personal lives. It is important to spend time in nature because in this way we can become aware of its wisdom. If we ignore the beauty of nature and spend all our time in an urban jungle, our stress levels go up and we begin to feel as if we are made out of the concrete that we see all around us.

Poems about enjoying the calm, serenity and beauty of nature.

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  1. The Forest's Blessed Abode

    Poem About Beauty Of Forest And Trees

    Come, walk with me into the forest's blessed abode,
    To see the wondrous beauty the Earth has bestowed;
    We'll bask in the surreal splendor that surrounds us,
    And listen to nature composing the forest's grand opus,

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    I began writing "The Forest's Blessed Abode" about a month after I returned from a trip to Alaska and Canada, where I saw some of the loveliest forests and surreal scenery I have ever seen....

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  3. Wind On The Hill

    No one can tell me,
    Nobody knows,
    Where the wind comes from,
    Where the wind goes.

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    Yes, I absolutely love this poem. It just reads so beautifully and really grabs you as soon as you begin to read it. I just love anything that describes nature and weather and makes a person...

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  4. A Still Moment

    Nature's Soothing Appeal

    Take a moment.
    Put the worries behind.
    Take in the beauty around.
    Let it relax your mind.

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    This makes me feel the opposite of what I feel when I need to finish my hours of homework. This poem is a work of art that makes you feel so centered and calm. If this poem was my stuffed...

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  6. Inner Peace

    • By Joshua Fraser
    • Published: August 2018

    The wind whistles past my ears.
    Closing my eyes, I lose all my fears.
    The waves crash into the rocks.
    Out here there is no time on my clock.

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    Life is full of loud shouts of distractions and contradictions while the sound of focus is but a whisper. Nature, fortunately sings this silent tune of focus to ears that would seek her. The...

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  7. The Wind's Grand Opus

    Poem About The Wind's Music

    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,

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    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...

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  8. On The Wings Of A Song

    Poem About Nature's Music Lifting Spirits

    Once in a while, if you are feeling blue,
    When troubles seem to keep coming along,
    If you will take the time to listen to music
    It can lift your spirits on the wings of a song.

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    It's very true. Nicely penned. Simple and clear expressions.

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  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. Forest Delights

    Feeling Connected To The Forests And Nature

    Leaves fluttering on a gentle breeze,
    Within the forest of whispering trees,
    Makes sunlight gracefully dance there,
    Upon the ground and everywhere.

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    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...

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  13. The Beauty Of My Childhood

    • By Jennyfer M. Patterson
    • Published: March 2018

    I am from morning dew cold against small bare feet
    and birds chirping a beautiful song
    From nature that sounds like the most beautiful orchestra
    I've ever heard, opening my tired eyes to the world.

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    Today's poem that uses the "I am from..." line is an instruction I was given for an essay in a retirement center's writing class a while ago. I wonder if that's what prompted Patterson to use...

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