Nature's Secrets

May 6, 2012
By Megan Casteel BRONZE, Telford, Tennessee
Megan Casteel BRONZE, Telford, Tennessee
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Eternal beauty, always everlasting peace
A summer wind will gently blow the flowers
Against it, tulips dance until decease
Thus, nature takes a heart that land devours
The sun has golden locks that shine on thee
A tear that falls to make the beauty grow
Thus, man has open arms for nature's trees
The beauty shines and loves with fire that glows
But, nature hides the pungent smell of death
The smell of flowers try to hide the decay
Of men that died in past with blood on breath
A nature care only of sun and day
So, nature care not see the death of man
Only as flowers, showers, powers can.

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