Nature Poems

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Mother Nature's Floor

A sheen of sparkling frost across the grass,
Crisp 'neath the feet.
Sun shafting through the trees, like shining brass,
The rime to greet.

Sleepy, unhurried thaw on bright green blades,
Moist melted dew.
As life begins awakening through the glades,
Day to pursue.

Such startling beauty fills the eyes with awe,
Each glint, a jewel.
Laid out in splendour on Mother Nature's floor,
Constant renewal.

© Ernestine Northover

Nature has always been an inspiration to poets of all generations. It’s the space that makes the words flow from the heart to the heart with no barriers. So many poets have written poems about nature to describe the beauty of it, such as Emily Dickinson in her poem "A Bird came down the Walk", Robert Frost in his poem "The Road Not Taken" and also Rudyard Kipling who wrote his poem "The Way Through the Woods". On you can find an impressive collection of the most well-known poems about nature by classical and modern poets from all around the world.


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