Nature is The Gift of God – Famous Poems

These are poems about experiencing the great outdoors. Whether one is watching a thrilling thunderstorm or looking up at a mighty tree, the experience of nature is one of awe.

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Source: Nature Poems from Family Friend Poems

1. At The Mountainside

fresh breeze and snowcapped peaks
sky inked with pale blue
the water at the lake is crystal clear
the green grass, cows silently chew
the little girl at the lowest hill
is seen plucking flowers
red, blue, yellow and purple
all seem to have some kind of power
the clouds are moving at snail’s pace
and all seems so quite and peaceful
everything is so mesmerizing
that away from it you cannot be pulled

2. Our Mother Earth

This mother Earth,
Who gives us life;
This mother Earth,
Heart filled with strife,

We love her not,
Though love we should;
Her death we plot,
For life’s “own good”;

She gave us air, and food, and home,
That’s not enough we humans scream;
With greedy lust our mouths do foam,
With evil hopes our eyes do gleam;

Her air we fill,
With smoke and death;
Ourselves we kill,
For lack of breath;

The sea once clean,
Now choked with waste;
To drink we fear,
Will death make haste;

The soil once pure,
And full of life;
Now barren sand,
Of farmer’s strife;

No longer she,
Can stand our “love”;
Now we must flee,
Like scattered dove;

She gave us all,
Unto the end;
Now we appalled,
Our lives defend

3. Who Has Seen The Wind?

Who Has Seen The Wind?

Who has seen the wind?
Neither you nor I.
You see now, it’s invisible
to the naked eye.

Who has seen the wind?
It hides but shows it’s there.
Seek guidance from the sky-
and watch the clouds pass by.

Take a look up at the tree tops
and see the leaves, they flow.
Look down at the grass blades,
and watch them as they go.

Who has seen the wind?
What of it, lies within?
Who can show that it is there?
Just look around, it proves it’s here.

4. Wild Horse

Aloft the wind
I ride the night sky
I see the world through a much different eye

Power, beauty
Strength and grace
I feel the spirits of ancestral space

Pride of herd
Sisters and brothers
I live ever watchful standing by others

A kaleidoscope of colors
No two ever the same
The short, the tall, the long of mane

I know the chance
I know the fear
I live on the edge for death crouches near

On my back I carry a load
Through storm and calm
Ever vigilant and bold

I have died in battle
Killed by man
Hunted by predator as I roamed the land

No more room
Not enough grazing
Captured, shot, sold by pound on bills of lading

Yet I survive
Sometimes an insurmountable course
I am feral, I am Mustang, I am Wild Horse

Source: Nature Poems from Family Friend Poems

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