Nature's Vision - Poem by Felicia Sewolt
The beauty of sunsets
the wind in the pines,
the pride of the Rockies
and the tall growing vines.
The bed of red roses
is like the carpet of green grass,
and the sweet golden sun
which is the color of brass.
Nature provides such lovely
such as the space for an eagle
to spread out its wings.
The earth that we walk upon,
brings all living things life and energy
to keep walking on.
These wonderful things make
me want to keep on wishin',
that I could live in Nature's Vision.
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