Treasure Island

kai en.


nature


pale grey stones littered the banks.
Of a lonely little stream,
yet filled with life,
in the reddish glow of the sun.

A forested green,
with needles for leaves,
green and menacing,
whistling in the breeze.
Rough brown bark,
overlapped with hues
of green and grey.
scattered cones,
littered the secene,
all around,
on the ground.

The night sky,
over icecaps,
littered with stars
beyond count.
auoras flowing,
like in the wind,
in vivid hues,
of blue, green and red.

deserted lands,
filled with sand.
with intense heat,
beating down on our brows.
even in these
desolute lands,
life can exist,
Miraculously

Submitted: Sunday, February 24, 2008

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  • C.R. Clark (2/24/2008 5:55:00 AM)

    Beautiful poem. I love to write and read about nature. You have painted an excellent picture in this poem. Thanks
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