Spiritual Poems about Nature
Poems about God and Nature
It seems that it is in man's nature to live a spiritual lifestyle. We need very much to live a meaningful life and therefore we look to find purpose in our lives. Religion is simply a system devised to live your life according to the meaning that you have envisioned for your life. Others find the structure of organized religion to be stifling. They find that going into nature is the best way to get in touch with the spirit. It seems that the trees, and the grass and flowers never lose sight of their purpose. In the same way, nature helps us get in touch with our inner spirit that never forgets.
31 Poems on the Spiritual Connection With Nature
1. His Presence
A friend of mine once asked me
Just how could I believe
In someone I never saw,
Nor spoken words received.Featured Shared Story
I really love this poem. It really moved me. It is exceptionally well written with a soulful observation of the true miracles of life. I have a good friend that is many years older than...
THE steadfast coursing of the stars,
The waves that ripple to the shore,
The vigorous trees which year by year
Spread upwards more and more;Featured Shared Story
A beautiful and inspired poem about a sometimes elusive quality that we all so much need to permeate our hearts. Maybe it has something to do with understanding and being understood and...
My father is a farmer.
His heart is in the soil
It's there he finds his solace,
Among the grimy toil.Featured Shared Story
This is the best poem I've ever laid eyes on! I, too, have a farmer father, and this poem fits him perfectly. Daddy told me once that he feels closest to God when he is in the fields. Thank,...
I heard a soft sound, like wind through the trees,
But there was no wind, for the air was still,
And the forest stood waiting, silent and strong,
Trees standing guard as they always will.
In order for the stars to shine,
The sun must go to rest,
For only in the darkness can
You see the light the best.Featured Shared Story
I really enjoyed this poem. The perception of the stars being pinpoints into heaven...just a glimpse into what lies ahead. I love this thought and I will never forget it.
How the stars are placed in ordnance so perfectly in the sky,
You think of who created them and all the reasons why.
Besides the science of the universe, there must be a poetic side.Featured Shared Story
Beautifully written. The nature's beauty is available in plenty, so we take it for granted and take it easy. No amount of admiration is adequate. We can only end up in astonishment.
A stranger came here late last night
Silent puffs of falling white
Frigid, falling, drifting down
Unusual this far down in a southern town
17. God's Creation
I count God's blessings
One by one.
The moon, the stars,
The rising sun.Featured Shared Story
So much truth in this poem. Liked the rhythm and rhyme. We have done so much harm to the environment because of our greed. Do not know what the future has in store for us.
Oh, the beauty and refreshment that nature brings
When the earth, once again, breaks into spring.
The birds, in their song, with excitement sing,
All hail to the Creator, Christ the King!Featured Shared Story
Loved it, Elaine. My wife used to be a secretary and did the weekly bulletin for 5 years in our little country church too. A very rewarding job. God bless you. -Gary
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