Poems About: NATURE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Iam a part of nature, and nature is a part of me.
We live together, on this earth in sweet harmony.
Iam a living specimen, just not botany.
Iam a part of nature. read more »Angel A. Lockwood
302.Y..... Don't touch it
Have you seen a fire?
I mean a big one with high flames?
Any human touching it
Will suffer intense and lasting pains read more »Aufie Zophy
Shuttering, of the windows at night
light moon rays, at the sight
Is it the plight of the skies
Or the wonder nature? read more »Dilpreet Singh
304.When My Heart missed a beat
While walking though the land of solitary pastures
from one meadows to another filled with rapture
Nature at such a perfection i thought it never was
splendid beauty spread though miles without a flaws read more »Dave Tanwar
305.Our Wonder Of Her Only Does Seem To Grow
The artists and poets by the beauty of Nature inspired to sketch and to write
Their drawings for others to look at and their poems for others to read and recite
And in Nature there is always great beauty to see
In paddock and parkland and on every bush and tree read more »Francis Duggan
306.Nature the Guardian of Earth's Beauty
Nature Nature Nature
The thing that has made every creature.
It’s in the sun in the sky
And not to forget the birds that fly. read more »Prateek Gupta
307.We brag that India is the land of sages and saints
We brag that India is the land of sages and saints
They retired from the world enamoured of divine colloquy read more »Dr. Ramesh Chandra Mukhopadhyaya
308.Every Life Form
Every life form that lives on this Planet serves Nature in some sort of a way
And no life form in truth is vermin despite what some do think or say
Each life form is there for some purpose whatever that purpose may be
For the worth of each individual species ask one with more knowledge of Nature than me read more »Francis Duggan
309.If I Should Die Tomorrow Say Only This Of Me
If I should die tomorrow say only this of me
In Nature's marvellous creations great beauty he did see
He found some joy in writing reams of stuff he did write
Though none of it is memorable or worthy to recite read more »Francis Duggan
310.Arguably John Clare
In the English language the greatest poet of Nature is arguably John Clare
Many of his bird and animal and insect poems are gems beyond compare
Yet he died in Northampton mental asylum where he had lived for many years
He penned such marvellous poetry though his life was full of tears. read more »Francis Duggan
311.I Do Love The Goddess Of Nature
I do love the Goddess of Nature though to her I never do pray
Her beauty it is all around me I learn from her every day
Yet the more that I've learned about her the more I have come to realize
That there is more far more to Nature her secrets she hides from our eyes read more »Francis Duggan
312.A CONCEPT OF NATURE AND MAN!
Nature is a living scientific art God enjoys best;
Nature’s artistic evolution is God’s grand creation
Of algae, plants, fish, reptiles, birds, beasts, man and divine! read more »Ramesh T A