Dez Clark

Beauty

Summer midnight breezes
Leave me with no pain, but eases.
As time slides by so fairly
I notice nature more carefully.
From the sweet and tender flowers that grow,
To the great green grass we mow.
The beautiful sun rise fills me with hope
As the sky takes away all the mope.
Fire painted skies are beautiful to see,
And its setting sun comforts me.
The wonderful outdoors are such a beauty,
I hope that this will last for eternity.
When the moon rises high
The wind will take me to the sky.
Then I will reach and touch the stars
Finding out they're not that far.
Time does fly fast, this I know,
But we don; t have to live in pain and sorrow.
Nature is beauty in open spaces,
Yet you can find it in the smallest places.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 26, 2010

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  • Khairul AhsanKhairul Ahsan (4/19/2015 11:53:00 PM)

    Your poem in itself is a piece of beauty.
    'When the moon rises high
    The wind will take me to the sky.
    Then I will reach and touch the stars
    Finding out they're not that far.' - Beautiful imagination!

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