Nature's Greeting - Poem by Presley Godson
This mourning I saw it rain outside,
Nature must be crying for someone that died
Man this day is not looking to well, but I will survive.
I watch the depressing rain touch the chilled ground,
Like a weeping person converged on someone’s shoulder, bound.
A time like this everyone needs their family around.
I go outside and feel the alarming rain dropp on my dark skin,
It is an ice cold spear piercing my body making me cringe.
I do not like this morning, I wish I could start over again.
It is the afternoon and I walk outside to a sunny day,
Nature is no longer crying, I wonder if someone prayed.
I think, maybe I will end up having a good today.
The sun shines on all around,
Then I spot a rainbow across the, used to be, grey clouds.
And I wonder how nature knew my favorite colors, I never said it aloud.
But that does not matter anymore,
I must find the end of the rainbow so that I will no longer be poor,
Then again all I need is family and my life will never be bad to its core.
Evening has settled in on the night sky,
And the wind takes my hat and makes it fly
Like when an astronaut takes off, after he says bye-bye.
The wind flies freely forever without constraint this evening.
Nature must be blowing the forest fires away while the animals are fleeing,
And I know I am right because everything has a meaning,
Nature is a beautiful thing.
Its power to create and destroy has people believing,
Life is just one of the great things it brings.
Yea you can call it Nature’s Greeting.
Rain, sun, and wind I believe all have a meaning.
And lets hope nature keeps beaming.
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