Tapiwa Chabinga

Rookie - 448 Points (25 July 1997)

The Glorious Seven Natural Wonders Of The World - Poem by Tapiwa Chabinga

The splendour of glory,
Stretched beauty
Across the universe
That none could reverse.
Naturally occuring lights that leave any human mind in awe,
They're called auroras; that's not all..
Big is beautiful! when you take a look at these huge sights of divinity,
So gigantic they look like they've existed for infinity,
Located in Asia is the mount Everest,
King of the forest.
And in America; the Grand Canyon,
So grand I'd spell it in lights of neon.
The great barrier reef found in the Coral sea of Australias north eastern coast is so beautiful,
Naturally created by living organisms, its so beyond cool
More like the view of the Rio De Janeiro Harbour,
Another great sight to remember.
Talk of  the beautiful, ever flowing and rainbowed Victoria falls,
How to fully describe it, only God knows,
Its location has brought its proud owners Zambia and Zimbabwe to unification,
Indeed its a great destination.
Sometimes flamey and always beautiful is the Paricutin a cinder cone volcano,
Located in Mexico.
As beautiful as they all are,
You're a better star
In the eyes of our creator.

Topic(s) of this poem: life, nature

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 23, 2015

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