Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Poetry: Grandeur Of Nature

 Hello Muselings! Here's another poem for you. This one is about *wait for it...* Nature! Hence, the name :P Your critiques and comments are enjoyed, but if you just say "I don't like it" or "I like it" that's fine too =)

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Grandeur of Nature
by Rae Hitchings

Earth of whites and blues and greens
And water deep and shimmering serene
Rocks the hue of sunset tan
The world around--compare none can

The world in light and dark profound
The seas of depth and skies surround
The birds in flight with wings unfurled
Clouds around all earth have swirled

A Bright! A Light! White lightning fierce
A Roll! A Drum! Thunder’s clash doth pierce!
The storm, it rages low with tears
The sky is dark from there to here

A softness light of wandering air
A breeze is flitting without a care
A leaf of bronze drifts loftily
With grass of green and May lily

The earth of blues and greens galore
The water of bright, clear shimmering Yore
The rocks so grand are standing tall
In reverence and in awe of all!

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Be Well!
-Rae

1 comments:

Oddyoddyo13 said...

I love how you use "old" words..."doth", "Yore". AWESOME. :)

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