Treasure Island

anncelin dev


How Beautiful The World Is!


crisp autumn air
wisp of silky hair
hollowly roaring sea
beautifully buzzing bee
HOW BEAUTIFUL THE WORLD IS!

red velvet sunset
burnishing bloomy rosette
pleasing hue of flower
radiant sky of amber
HOW BEAUTIFUL THE WORLD IS!

white patches of sky
brown grains of sand so dry
covering the hills standing so high
all i can give is an awestruck sigh
HOW BEAUTIFUL THE WORLD IS!

all the sadness fizzing out
the beauty of nature is all about
that bubbles up a gush of joy in all
without which we cannot live at all
HOW BEAUTIFUL THE WORLD IS!

Submitted: Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, October 26, 2011

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