No one

sorenbarrett

I have bathed in the rain

Slept in the snow

Journeyed through the dark of night

 

I have felt nature's pain

watched trees grow

wrestled a hurricane's might

 

serenaded by coyotes

slept in the depths of a cave

felt the sun's warmth on my back

 

enchanted by a frog's notes

lifted by a wave

been swallowed in an earth's crack

 

I've lived in the clouds

I've lived in the sand

I've lived in the forest green

 

I've been clothed in shrouds

I've survived by my own hand

No one has seen what I have seen

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Comments8

  • Thomas W Case

    You speak as one of experience. Well written.

    • sorenbarrett

      Thank you so much for the review and kind words

    • novaa

      Beautifully describes an adventurous connection with nature. Loved it!

      • sorenbarrett

        Thank you so much for the read and kind comment. It is deeply appreciated.

      • Pop64

        A person who has seen and done so much, Wonderfully descriptive write

        • sorenbarrett

          Thank you so much Pop for the review and humbling comment.

        • Teddy.15

          I read something very similar on your home notes which I found incredibly marvelous. You truly are inspiring Sorenbarret ❤️

        • sorenbarrett

          Thanks for the read Teddy your comments always humble me.

        • orchidee

          I never knew ya did all that already, being only age, erm, 21 again! heehee.

          • sorenbarrett

            Thanks Orchi Appreciate the review

          • Firefall

            What amazing experiences! You can feel your love of nature.

            • sorenbarrett

              Thank you so much for your valued review and understanding remarks

            • rhmn_7

              You have witnessed yourself, so there is someone in that story.

              • sorenbarrett

                Thank you for your review and comments



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