Love Spotted in Nature By: Cay Thorne
Love is like the wind –
You can see the effects within the world
Love is like a wave of hope –
As you surf it within your heart
Love is like a rainbow of peace –
Instead of a ‘pot of gold’ you’ll find;
Your soul mate and guiding angel.
Love is like a river of good & bad things –
As it affects us in different and unique ways.
Love is like a terrible rainstorm -
As it touches every known corner of the world.
Love is like spring time –
As new growths and births come about 24/7.
Love is like a caterpillar –
Becoming a strong and independent butterfly.
Love is like a tadpole –
Becoming a totally new graceful green frog.
Love is like a sapling –
Becoming this strong, tall & unforgettable oak tree.
Love is the very environment –
That we inhabit on a daily bases.
Love is the very air we breathe –
And the very food we eat to keep us nurtured.
Love is all the time and everywhere –
Within this cosmic universe of different creation & species.
Love is evident within the –
Glamorous scène untouched scenery and landscape.
Love is the very essence of the untouched parts -
Of this unique cosmic canvass that is Earth.
Love is this genuine uncanny feeling –
That is evident everywhere within nature itself.
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