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Edward Durand

(21/2/1974 / England)

The Beauty Of Nature


How beautiful the people's hearts
How unabsurd the madness
How free the bird, how at peace the tree
Words cannot convey the awe and majesty
Feeling the beauty of nature
I can but kneel in wonder at exultant diversity
And feel, not trying to understand
I can but let my eyes leak
Proclaiming the joy and the pain
Just being the beauty of nature
Feeling the beauty of the heart of the trees
Feeling the deeper connections
And love the nature in my heart
And live the poetry
Feeling the beauty of nature
As the river flows my heart is flowing too
The bounteous gifts we receive with love
The blessing are all here
We must look after them
Seeing the beauty of nature.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 04, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, April 27, 2011

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