Peace In The Wild

May 22, 2010
By Eric Korber SILVER, Kirkton, Other
Eric Korber SILVER, Kirkton, Other
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As my head rests on a cloud of nature,
I envision no other place,
Just the heaven that surrounds me,
That surrounds my soul,
As I breathe in my golden dust off stems and grass,
Smell my emerald aroma that comes into me,
See my beings that surround me as I relax,
Enjoy the circular beams of warmth,
That encircle my body,
And clear my mind,
No impure thoughts penetrate me,
And as my eyelids shut,
For an everlasting slumber,
I think one last thought,
Peace is closer than it seems,
And I drift away in a meadow of never ending life.


The author's comments:
I was trying to better my writing and find a better way to articulate and describe an event. I asked my english teacher what he thought of it (I was the one who asked him for help with poetry), and he said this poem would be suitable to put up here. I thought I would give it a go.

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