Amore di Natura

June 4, 2011
By WJBpoetry GOLD, Hawthorne, New Jersey
WJBpoetry GOLD, Hawthorne, New Jersey
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Favorite Quote:
"I'd rather be hated for who I am, than be loved for who I am not." -Kurt Cobain

As I stepped, cautious, through the frame of my door,

I realized a world left for me to explore,

A zephyr of wind shed along my face,

As animals ran free with poise and with grace,

The leaves seemed left with a sunlight scorch,

As I stood and enjoyed from the confines of my porch,

With one more step, I held on the grass,

Feeling so easy, I could skip; maybe chasse,

The sunlight glimmer was endorsed through a cloud,

As the lofty trees stood refined and stood proud,

You could hear the creek as it ran through the grove,

The forest diversely silent, without hate or loathe,

Every flower and every tree scented of novel spring,

Complimented by the robins as they began to sing,

Nighttime compared no less as the sun began to set,

Moonlit roads made it a night you could not forget,

With every dazzling star and flash of the gray moon,

It resembled that of day as if it was the afternoon,

Nature ran so free on that night of great allure,

As I stepped, cautious, through the frame of my door...

The author's comments:
One day, I set foot outside into the breeze and than it hit me that nature was the key to anyone's happiness because it has everything and make everything beautiful without needing the help of mankind. I really hope that people can gain a sense of love for nature after reading this piece because if we just took a few minutes or even however long you need, nature will be presented as this beautiful thing, almost supernatural for its ways.

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