|Some Different Nature Poems
Author: Fern Wylde PM
A few nature poems I wrote awhile ago, so sorry if they're sort of bad :PRated: Fiction K - English - Words: 217 - Reviews: 1 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 1 - Published: 01-30-12 - id: 2993029
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The ripe, sweet juicy packets of joy with crisp leaves.
Polished Night black berries the sweetest taste, the vibrant
Taste. And no wonder those juicy berries have seeds they are so
Ripe, juicy, sweet, what a delicious gift of nature!
As the fresh, new, breeze whistles through the parade of trees,
you crush the golden, crisp leaves beneath your feet.
The brand-new, shaking, newborn, trees form around you, as if to say "It's Autumn! It's Autumn!".
I feel the bumpy, soft trees and say softly "Wow! It's finally Autumn!"
When I squint my eyes and look into the distance I see a squirrel that seems to nod. Then I feel joy bursting out of me and I warmly smile.
The sweet fallen fruit blankets the soft ground.
A wonderful feast for hungry explorers!
There's only one thing they can't resist, eating apples!
As close as the roses that grow in your garden.
Or as far as the wild oceans that separate us
We will always be friends
The glistening cool magic liquid of joy against your rosy lips the magical
Touch of wonders when it suddenly sides, slides, with care down,
Down, with the sound no being can describe.
Water is a joy to all beings!