Richard McClellan

Rookie (Arkansas)

Nature at Its' Best via J. Partee

I walked along a country road,
one sunny autumn day.
And gazed upon the beauty,
The woodland did portray.

Red and green, brown and gold,
Such wondrous beauty to behold,
I stood in awe in this beautiful land.
Knowing it was the touch of the masters hand.

Soon this beauty will fade,
And the chilly winds flow,
And the hills be covered with a blanket of snow.
Then once more spring will reappear,
with flowers in bloom and the robin, so dear;

It's all so amazing and O so grand;
Because of the touch of the master's hand.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Edited: Friday, October 21, 2011

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Comments about this poem (Nature at Its' Best via J. Partee by Richard McClellan )

  • Freshman - 2,106 Points Hans Vr (10/21/2011 10:11:00 AM)

    Standing in awe for a wonderful scene in nature makes us really grateful to our Creator.
    You are right, the message is a bit similar as in 'the cloud'
    Let us put it this way: great minds think alike :)

    Your great-aunt must be really happy with such a lovely poem. I think she is lucky to have you. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 25 Points Jinal Oswal (10/19/2011 6:06:00 AM)

    Beautifully explained... Your poem shows the ability of never losing hope... Amazingly used colors... Good poem :) (Report) Reply

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