Rajendra Prasad Mahe

A Tribute To Wordsworth

A Tribute to Wordsworth

I saw a rainbow in the sky
Then a colourful butterfly
Green was there all-around
Then came raindropp a bit shy

Laughing leaves then I found
Dancing rivulets were on ground
Sweet shower slakes so streams
My soul was feeling spell-bound

O God you gave countless gems
There the sky puts earth in arms
Yellow flowers wave to dance
Fragrant wind has musical farms

I put my arms to heaven
To thank for riches given.

Rajendra Prasad Mahe

Poem Submitted: Monday, September 14, 2009

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  • Graham Stone (9/14/2009 7:53:00 PM)

    i thought Wordsworth wasnt religous? thats what i was taught anyway, that he talks about nature as religion and as the sublime in its wholesome and untameable state, plus the whole supernatural element seems to oppose god a bit

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