Nature's Beauty [nature] Poem by R.K. Cowles

R.K. Cowles

hudson falls, new york

Nature's Beauty [nature]



Through the trunked woody perennials
On to a striped back burrowing rodent
Gently the air currents blow
Bushy-tail tree dwelling rodent gathering the nuts
Of an oak before the wintering season begins
Vivid image of flourishing blooms
Brought about by falling transparent liquids
As the feathered songsters croons
Fluttering insects move about with rhythm

Buzzing bees are nourishing on nectar
And accumulating the pollen
Encouraging the blooms to grow
Bucked tooth, webbed-footed chips through
Trunks of alders and poplars
Using for food and its abode
Colorful gilled flippers friskily swim
Along the embankment
Ripples atop the surface of the babbling brook
Brought by hungry scaly swimmers

Glossy black plumage non-migratory
Perched on a wooden limb
Long-eared burrowing rodent hopping
Through vegetative earth
Prancing through the dense brush

POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
This appears in my first book from RoseDog Books
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
I BAKED U A PIE 12 December 2018

I BAKED YOU A PIE_OH BOY WHAT FLAVOR_PIE_PIE_PIE

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Edward Kofi Louis 12 December 2014

Nice piece of work. Thanks for sharing this poem with us. E.K.L.

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Edward Kofi Louis 12 December 2014

Nice piece of work. Thanks for sharing this poem with us. E.K.L.

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R.K. Cowles

hudson falls, new york
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