Accidental Poet

Nature Understood



Nature Understood

 

The image before him

Tranquil and serene

How it pulls on his soul

The very core of his being

 

The chatter of bird song

Smells of flowers in gentle breeze

Whispers in the pines

Conversing with the trees

 

He takes in the view

With adoring eyes

He’s more than the common man

As few men ever realize

 

The beauty of nature

Is far and wide

Mountains mirrored in calm lakes

While they reach for the sky

 

His silent wonder of Shooting Stars

This a blessing he knows

Much like the anticipation

Of a full moon’s glow

 

A mirrored scene all around him

Is he looking outwards?

Or maybe at beauty within

Nature understood

 

Copyright © Accidental Poet 2011

Comments7

  • Michael Edwards

    Beautiful poem AP and also enjoyed the clip. If it wasn't for the hummingbird I could have sworn it was filmed in the UK as all the other flora and fauna are to be found here.

    • Accidental Poet

      Thank you Michael for reading, watching the video and your compliment. It may be a compilation of separate videos from many places combined to make one video. So you may be right, some of it could be in the UK.

    • orchidee

      Lovely write and clip AP.

      • Accidental Poet

        Thanks orchi for reading and watching.

      • LaurašŸŒ»

        So serene and peaceful! Enjoyed seeing and listening to Natureā€™s beauty! A great poem to accompany the video! Thank you AP!

        • Accidental Poet

          Thank you Laura for all your compliments.

        • Tony36

          Beautiful write

        • w c

          Very nice work. Thanks, AP!

          • Accidental Poet

            Thank you and you're welcome WC.

          • Goldfinch60

            Superb write AP, nature in all its glory.

            • Accidental Poet

              Thanks for reading and your compliment Andy.

            • Joe Dawson

              I live surrounded by fields, leafy lanes, lush woods, livestock and rolling hills and thus I know that place well were e're it may be. You capture it very well. Joe

              • Accidental Poet

                Thanks Joe. Feeling a connection to Nature is a very rewarding feeling. Especially if you feel that Nature knows you're there.



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