Treasure Island

Joseph T. Renaldi

(Frackville, Pennsylvania)

Nature's Favorite Color


The green foliage is an attractive sight
On the vast landscape on a clear summer day,
As the white daisies gradually unfold along the side
Of a winding roadway that is somber and gray.

It is a picturesque view that one will readily admit,
Blesses the color of green to the greatest height,
And yet it is a scene that enlightens one's mind
With euphoria and great pleasure and delight.

It is not the beauty of the unfolding rose,
Nor the mellow sunflowers near the old mill,
But the color green - Nature's matchless green
On the highlands that gives one a welcomed thrill.

It is beholding of the color of green,
On the growth of leaves on a swaying tree,
And on the landscape far and wide indeed,
As green is Nature's favorite color for all to see.
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Submitted: Sunday, May 07, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, July 04, 2007
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  • Nadya Ransa (5/29/2009 3:08:00 PM)

    Great Gymn to Nature! Green is my favorite colour.Green is the colour of life and hope. I love this poem very much! Thank you! (Report) Reply

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