Poem: Recognizing Nature


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Mother Nature. (Credit: The Great Illusion.com)

Recognizing Beauty

by Kiesha Crowther

When you recognize her beauty
The eye applauds
The heart stands in ovation
And the tongue….
When she is near, is on its best behavior!
It speaks more like light…
What does light speak about?
I asked a plant that once…
She said,
“I’m not sure, but it makes me grow!”

9 thoughts on “Poem: Recognizing Nature”

  1. Yes, and when you ask the light what the plant speaks of, she says “I’m not sure, but she always makes a soft comfortable landing for me…” Enjoyed your thoughts, thank you for sharing. Peace and Blessings,

    Easy

  2. I do agree Easy and Omar..
    Our Mother Earth holds all the secrets, all the joy and all the light we each seek..
    Leand your ear to Her
    You will hear her speak

    I want you to have this…
    all the beauty in my eyes and all the grace of my mouth.
    All the splendor of my strengths,
    all the wonder of the sacred parts of my body.
    Witness the goodness of my soul
    that so many have over looked
    and i will love you…
    i will love you..

    Be well.. be love..
    Kiesha

  3. Hello Kiesha:

    What a pleasant surprise. I want you to know that your poem has had a tremendous acceptance amongst my readers. It’s one of the most popular posts.

    Thanks for your new words. You have the ability to weave words to produce exquisite pieces of delicate poems.

    God Bless,

    Omar.-

  4. It is my pleasure to share a love of nature with others who are liked hearted.. It is a special delight to know there are others who love Mother Earth and all her splendors as much as i do..

    Keep up the blessed work,
    Your friend
    Kiesha

  5. Hi Kiesha:

    Welcome back. I’m so glad to hear from you again. Thank you very much for your kind words.

    Mother Nature is all we’ve got from the Good Lord.

    God Bless,

    Omar.-

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