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Mother Nature Poems

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My mother nature poems were inspired by literature great Emily Dickinson. I have been a fan of her work for decades now. She is one of my favorite poets. I hope you enjoy these few poems. Please leave your feedback in the comment section below. As always, I look forward to hearing from you.

Mother Nature

How her touch resonates

With wind and sound

In her grip

All that lives

The more profound

Her beauty so gracious

It catches the eye of every

heart

Strongest of all mothers

She sleeps like doves

in perfect peace

Nature

The sea washes upon the land

The gorgeous butterflies bestir

While bees fill the earth

With its sweet honey

The sun blazing a pathway

in bright rotation

woods and hills stand

around

Like fables told

on Christmas Eve

The Seasons

The seasons come and go

Its nature is hot as firmament

It tips its hat to bring in

Spring

The seasons ring like bells

much to be desired

Many children born

Life all the blessing

where cordiality lives

Simplicity

How ordinary is simplicity

Her face independent

From nature's grip

She laughs like confidence

Enjoying

Her own familiar

token

Her inner beauty is extraordinary

just like her charm

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