Nature's Love - Poem by Theo Williams
Waves gently kiss the edge of sand
And crash with peaceful tune
Ripples take the Earth's hand
And love blossoms like spring in June.
Trees sway to the wind's whistle
Embracing in its ever-long arms
Writing to it a profound epistle
And dancing in its undying charms.
Rain has an affair with the entire world
Singing and dancing upon lips of trees
Like clams that shelter their pearls
And flowers that caress the honey bees.
Lightning and thunder paint the sky
Like a perfect canvas of imagination
That does draw Mozart to cry
As does nature's creation.
Even though the sun and moon
Only meet during a rare eclipse
They entwine in the noon
Placing their love on each other's lips.
In the lake, swimming is a dove
Lonely he is singing
Waiting for a companion's love
Of happiness she is bringing.
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