yolandey breedt

(1987/05/04 / south africa)

In a moment of nature


I walk through the stillness of the valley
With the wind brushing gently through my hair
In my surroundings natures magical sounds I hear
And silenced is my hearts deepest fear
In my soul I sense peace taking over me
As through new views natures beauty I see

As I continue in the stillness
My mind begins to wonder to a world I call my own
Were the winds whispers softly in my ears?
And all natures’ songs can be heard
It is there were I find my true self
And magically for a moment all my troubles fade

Submitted: Friday, June 07, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 01, 2013
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This poem I wrote after walking with my oldest son one morning to nursery school he was only 4years old
And the street I was walking in was silent not a single person besides me and all I could hear was all natures beautiful sounds and the grass looked beautiful with its flowers and the wind was calm.

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