Francis Duggan


Nature's Own Beauty - Poem by Francis Duggan

Even in the depths of Winter great beauty to see
When pink flowers adorn the rhododendron tree
On all Seasons Nature has beauty to share
A beauty one might say that is beyond compare
Even in Winter in the cold wind and sleet and showers
The camellias resplendent covered in their red flowers
Such beauty that is everywhere around me
That for anyone to view is monetary free
Of such marvelous natural beauty the poets do write
Their poems for others to enjoy and read and recite
The beauty i grew to love as a young boy
Is today all around me for me to enjoy
The dark clouds of rain in the gray evening sky
But Nature's own beauty to me is nearby.

Topic(s) of this poem: nature

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 21, 2016



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