Mary Yang

Rookie - 70 Points (3/20/00 / Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

God's Creations - Poem by Mary Yang

God's creations, you see everywhere,
The things in the world here and there.
Birds flying in the sky,
The cool breeze passing by.
Even the ants on the ground,
Climbing on their lumpy dirt mound.

God's creations, you see everywhere,
The things in the world here and there.
Patches of grass, luscious and green,
In which beautiful flowers grown between.
Leaves hanging on a tree,
Along in the garden, appears a bumble bee.

God's creations, you see everywhere,
The things in the world here and there.
Bright blue skies and golden sun,
The world's light show has begun.
Rushing waters, like rivers and falls,
For Nature awaits with her welcoming call.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013



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