Cindy Brazil

(Wellfleet, MA, USA)

Nature's Tune - Poem by Cindy Brazil

From around the corner
I gazed
through humid haze
toward the music so sincere. Bells rang out in euphoria. I neared the marked century
willow tree
puzzled to see
the bright, golden shine
of a wind chime. Summer breeze
embraced me,
then I knew
who was playing this tune.
Nature herself.

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Read poems about / on: music, summer, nature, tree, wind

Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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