A Glance at Nature
From the flowers of the stem,
To the peaches of the pit
Grasses are wearing the bittersweet dew,
Waters sparkling, as of a beloved jewel
Nature: it's beautiful, isn't it?
The moon of the glow,
The mellow sun well lit
Birds chirping as if it were Sunday,
Flying fish leaping to and fro in the bay
Nature: it's beautiful, is it not?
The brawny, swaying tree of oak,
The shiny green apples, coming in bunches and lots
Branches gracefully a-swinging,
And the blue jay's unforgettable singing
Isn't nature beautiful?
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I am a junior at Hawthorne Christian Academy in South Carolina. I've always enjoyed writing poetry and I aspire to become an English professor and poet. Nature inspired me to write this poem. It's so soothing and calming, yet wild and beautiful at the same time! I enjoy playing volleyball and basketball and spending time with my family and friends. I also like to read and write short stories, especially mysteries.