Rik Bertrand

Rookie - 0 Points (18 April 1959 / Portland, Oregon)

Natures Beauty - Poem by Rik Bertrand

Ahh the full moon and the bright shining stars
Trees limbs bare, marked with weathered scars.
The lake blue, with slight shimmering reflections
The wind passes by with no one's objections.

I feel all the emotion that is out this cool night,
I feel the love and the passion, and nature's fight.
I grasp the meaning of the earth's sudden pain
And pray that the hurt can be washed by the rain.

The pristine scenery of life and this land,
Is but a mask of deception, a slight of the hand.
Do not always believe what you see with your eyes,
And do not listen to Mother Nature's white lies.

I love this world that we all so adore,
But we have to remember that it has a core.
Its core is the heart and soul of existence
And we must take the path of least resistance.

There is so much beauty in the world of ours,
From the sandy shores, to the mountains, to the stars,
We must embrace all the earth and its magnificent brilliance,
And we must love and understand nature's true resilience.

REB (MARCH 2012) because what you see is what you get, don't ruin it.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 7, 2012

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