When Nature Resounds Poem by Albert Price

When Nature Resounds



God has graced Nature with beauty and utmost esteem.

A crown has rested upon her head all her life long.

In my youth, a flower bud made my eyes gleam;

Its radiant loveliness being praised by the birds’ song.

The vision of ripening fruit made my mouth lust,

Nestled graciously on a branch above the fences.

The melodic whisper of a gentle morning gust

Sounds like a symphony to music starved senses.

The golden warmth of an early morning sun

Brings to mind visions of still unseen dreams

Of our hibernal daystar that lasts ‘til victory is won

And nature has harnessed her most fearful extremes.

God prepare me, I pray, for when nature resounds,

And she possesses the glory which is fully deserved.

The earth will be filled with birds’ melodious sounds,

When a feast of sweet songs my ears are served.

And let a shapely damsel in a floral patterned dress

Allow me a moment to relax my infinite necessities.

May the ripest sweetest fruit withstand my test,

And all the rest avail their succulent identities.

Let my vision behold nature as she abounds

When her colorful blossoms give off radiant beams.

Might I be blessed by the Divine when Nature resounds

And reality becomes a field of never before seen dreams.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Bri Edwards 06 July 2013

i see i left one word out of my comment below. anybody see what i mean? hint: the word has 5 letters and ends in S.

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Carol Gall 11 June 2009

a beautiful flow of words the last line is perfect 10

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