These are the last of my older poems that I am going to share:

Dawn Meditation

In these early moments

of the day before me spread,

as the life-giving sun burns its way

through the shrouds of night, silently rending them,

its brilliant warmth

speaks to my heart a poem of hope.

I awake with a singing soul,


And though the song be lost

in the blatant discord

of everyday strife,

these moments now are mine

to walk in my Father’s house.




Spring,like love,

is more cherished

with age.

Each year I greet the harbingers,

marvel at the blind courage

of Nature newly reborn,

delight in the incredibly sweet scent

of orange blossoms,

and each year

it is the more poignant

for having been known before.

A vitality

straining at Winter’s lethargy,

the tide of Spring

is the strongest force in nature,

but deceptively gentle,

like a woman in love.



Azure paints the Autumn sky;

Crisp and cool, a sudden breeze

Whisks away bright, tattered garments

Outworn by the Summer day.

Like unclothed arms, each withered branch

Waves bony hands at Winter’s tease.

The torrid siren dressed in green,

Weary of sport, has gone her way

To sleep.



Author: b4i4get

I am a 68-yo retired Physical Therapist Asst. living in Texas. Currently I have ~5 dozen webpages, including 3 homepages, an e-novel, and 1 blog. I love cats, writing, and thinking about the big questions. I am also a singer-songwriter, though no one has heard of me--yet.

2 thoughts on “NATURE POEMS”

  1. Just want to say your article is as amazing. The clarity
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    1. Thank you for your high praise! As for being an “expert,” I wouldn’t claim that. I have simply been writing poetry ever since I could write. In later years, this need was expressed in song lyrics, which I set to music and performed in my church.
      You are most welcome to subscribe to my RSS feed, although there are often weeks that go by when I do not post to this blog. I have two other blogs that you are welcome to visit: and
      Again, thank you for taking the time to comment.–Kaye

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