Mother Nature’s Child

Mother Natures Child short poem

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As she gazes from the eyes
Of heaven’s
Exquisite disbelief
She recognizes her mother
In nature’s beauty
And she pauses to reflect
On the tears she provides
As rain, nurturing
The lives of the All
And finds such inexplicable
Purity
In the hearts
Of all things
Containing
The energy
Of life giving magnificence
And the Sun
Begins to shine through her hair
Where she remains
Hypnotized
At the wonder
Of the miniscule
In humanity
And the dance of light
Surrounding
Their souls….

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