Nature's Cure

Nature's Cure

A Poem by
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About Nature's remedy towards life.

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Thank you Sky, for letting me look up to you,
when all I could see was down.
Thank you Trees,
for shading me when I felt like dying,
for letting me lean on you,
when I was falling.
You too, Ground.
For staying up and sturdy;
not collapsing when I felt weary.
Maybe even you, Grass.
For staying green and glossy,
while I was stood dark and gloomy.
But, especially you Sunset,
for reminding me some things can be beautiful, 
that there is enough light to find truth,
caught between all the lies.
My friend, Ocean. 
You taught me the importance of dignity.
To keep reaching out, 
and letting things float, while allowing others to sink.
Oh, but how could I forget you Moon?
You shone through my darkest nights,
and lit up my lonely fright. 
You promised me another day,
while I wished an opposite fate.

Thank you,
Thank you for
curing my insecurities..

© 2011 ☯


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i think that i have probably read at least 40 poems about a persons love for nature and myself written at least half a dozen, however, you have put a unique slant on
every object of nature and almost personified each one. this is very cleverly written and the word choices are superb. i shall now share with you my double fudge chocolate chip cookies for writing such an elegant and beautiful poem.

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Ugh awesomeee!!!!!

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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

i think that i have probably read at least 40 poems about a persons love for nature and myself written at least half a dozen, however, you have put a unique slant on
every object of nature and almost personified each one. this is very cleverly written and the word choices are superb. i shall now share with you my double fudge chocolate chip cookies for writing such an elegant and beautiful poem.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

this is a lovely dedication poem to Nature... I love how nature has inspired you and renewed you.. excellent job!

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

I think this is my favorite one by you. Perfect. ;)

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Drubbed reality and excellent prose, an almost frightening aspect of ones own endeavorer, grea read, written perfectly, well done.

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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Very sweetly beautiful.

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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

I really really really liked this! Amazing write!!

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this warms my heart! I really love how your "spoke" to the elemnts of nature, so sweet and so beautiful!
I can totally relate to the writing as well, I often turn to nature when all seems chaotic. Appreciating the magnificent enviroment which at a glance seems so simple.
Nicely done!! A real joy to read.

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that was amazing, how you described each piece of nature with such intimacy... just lovely ^^

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