Ken e Hall
Natures Loveliness - Poem by Ken e Hall
So blessed with natures canvas parading by the garden edge,
Forests backdropp beauty growing harmony on such a crowded floor,
Caressed by the invisible warm wind plying the canopy,
Swishing swaying the bended bough.
Rustling leaves lilting in a moving melodical dance a sightly delight,
The autumn gums explodes with a thousand bottlebrush flowers,
Robed in stunning reds or whites a show off so dazzling bright,
Unseen by the sleeping koala bears, arms’n’legs dangle down,
Deep in dreams of their gum leaf happiness.
They so still, unlike the birds and bees,
Already on their daily winged chores of life buzzing here darting there,
The motionless staring lizard cooling off in the bird bath,
Owning it just by the sheer look of him, he eyes the rainbow lorikeets,
Twittering and fluttering no they won’t wait back to the gums sweet nectar bar.
Before our eyes nature spills out her beauty,
Across our own Garden of Eden
We can feel it, we can breathe it,
Then when you travel down the road
You will pass your neighbours Eden.
God shares his loveliness
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