Francis Duggan


In Nature's There's Beauty - Poem by Francis Duggan

In Nature there's beauty for all to be seen
Her Autumns of brown and her Springs of green
Her Summers of sunshine and beautiful flowers
And her snow capped hills of Winter and her wind driven showers
In Nature there beauty a beauty that's rare
And with her none other can hope to compare
Whereever I turn to look beauty I see
The beauty of Nature is all around me
The fish in the clear pool of the sunlit stream
The pretty red and blue spots in their skins do gleam
Since facts don't deceive and facts never lie
All of her life forms are born to die
But the beauty of Nature will live forever more
From the great inland mountains to the ocean shore.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 4, 2009



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