Who am I ?

Who am I ?

A Poem by Tom
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A nature themed poem

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I am within without, here there and everywhere,
Unseen by naked eye, just as pure thin air
Blow cold north wind that heralds winter snow,
Then beckon at spring lambs, to leap up high and go.
Bring forth the summer sun in most resplendent ray
When green leaf slowly fades, remind swallow to fly away.
Will on the mighty bird to fly free on the wing
Uplift the souls of weary folk, when little children sing
Inspire the spawning salmon not to relent the fight,
Against the raging current, with journey's end in sight.
Returning to that brook, where was its place of birth,
To procreate the seed, then die in happy mirth.
Darwin spoke of theory to figure a solution,
How life formed singularly, the precede of evolution.
But I've been here from time immemorial, before all life began
The plants, the creatures and the ape, he said turned into man
No doubt he was a scholar of much vaunted pedigree,
Though at life's end was heard to say, 'I believe in thee!"
I spur on the ailing chick to break the hard, encasing shell,
Awaken sleeping bear, with spring's sweet, enticing smell
Paint the colour in the flowers that captivate the bee
Aid the tiny acorn to grow into a massive tree.
Which in turn provides a haven and sanctuary,
to many wondrous creatures, that dwell within its canopy.
I encourage new born baby, to cry aloud with zest
As mother draws up lovingly, to nurture from her breast.
With bowler and the batsman, opposed in sporting rivalry
Who later sit together and enjoy each other's camaraderie
I march with gallant soldier, to answer his country's call
And serenely he shall walk with me, if in battle he should fall.
Many acclaim me as the Creator, or other names of merit,
Though people often refer to me, as Mother Nature's eternal Spirit !

© 2016 Tom



Author's Note

Tom
A much older write from the past which I reckoned needed airbrushed and put back on display once more?

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Tom,
Remind us who we are by what we love. Show us a flower petal or blue jay, stars and velvet darkness, The list is long of what inspires. you inspired me for sure. "uplift the souls of weary folk when little children sing." So pretty! Bless you for encouraging me. Kathy

Posted 9 Months Ago


3 of 3 people found this review constructive.

Tom

4 Months Ago

Thank you Kathy for your welcome visit and compelling words!
Kathy Van Kurin

4 Months Ago

Tom,
You are so welcome. I really appreciate the simple and lovely in this life. Your poem re.. read more
Tom

4 Months Ago

And to you K.



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yes, Mother Nature's son...doo doo doo doo doo...(Beatles)

i love how this presents an allegory so well....the double meanings so deftly carried through...nature and life itself, the parallels...

wonderfully written, Tom.

j.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Tom

5 Months Ago

Much appreciated Jacob, yes indeed, 'the parallels ' plain for all to see as you point out
I like the journey this piece takes the reader on very descriptive imagery .Great job !

Posted 7 Months Ago


Tom

5 Months Ago

Thank you Jade!
Very well thought out, can,t say I agree so far as evolution is concerned but that is just a matter of opinion. Great write nonetheless

Posted 8 Months Ago


WHAT AM I?: Nephilim WHAT AM I?: Nephilim
A teen boy gets killed, but trades his soul for another chance. He changes. A girl notices the new boy with silver eyes.
Tom,
Remind us who we are by what we love. Show us a flower petal or blue jay, stars and velvet darkness, The list is long of what inspires. you inspired me for sure. "uplift the souls of weary folk when little children sing." So pretty! Bless you for encouraging me. Kathy

Posted 9 Months Ago


3 of 3 people found this review constructive.

Tom

4 Months Ago

Thank you Kathy for your welcome visit and compelling words!
Kathy Van Kurin

4 Months Ago

Tom,
You are so welcome. I really appreciate the simple and lovely in this life. Your poem re.. read more
Tom

4 Months Ago

And to you K.
what a pleasant walk along the trails of seasons, nature, spirit and God .. i very much enjoyed the result of an, obviously, dedicated writing process .. no trite rhymes, no sacrifice of syntax ..just a fine meditative read that lifts my heart to God this morning :) Darwin's theory on the origins of the species was pretty crude compared to science of today ..but i am one who can see no evidence .. no "missing links" to substantiate Evolutionist claims .. .. all the sciences have to leave off where God takes over ;) well written poem... worth reading to be sure.
E.


Posted 10 Months Ago


Tom

5 Months Ago

A belated thank you E. for your always welcome words!
absolutely delicious!!! boy am I jealous of your wonderful ability to write such enticing poetry!
this is a poem to be read and re-read.

Posted 10 Months Ago


Tom

5 Months Ago

Cheers Woody!
Really nice write. I enjoyed it very much. No one paints pictures like God or " Mother Nature."
Valentine

Posted 10 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Tom

10 Months Ago

True indeed Valentine & thank you for stopping by !
Well written Tom! :) I love Mother Nature's eternal spirit

Posted 10 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Tom

10 Months Ago

Thank you D. Connolly
amazingly great full of life and about life well well written and thoughtful ... wow

Posted 10 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Tom

10 Months Ago

Thanks indeed Marilyn for your welcome and gracious words!
I really love this. So many relatable & well-detailed descriptions which can be taken literally as nature's process, as well as being excellent analogies for the foibles of humans. I love the sort of rambling style with loosely-connected ideas that flow while reading. The reader wants to stop & ponder some points, yet the rambling flowing style beckons the reader to just move thru it & feel your total message all in one fell swoop.

Posted 10 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Tom

10 Months Ago

Barleygirl, your review is indeed humbling and much appreciated, thank you !

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