Nature & Its Beauty

beauty is nature in all it's glory, 
preaching us a lot of story.

fall, winter, summer & spring, 
the site of the nature is a beautiful thing.

as the sun sets my heart did rise, 
the stars shined within the skies.

my soul glowed as the wind stirred, 
my breath caught at a sound of a bear.

little animals moving through in night, 
climbing, slithering, roaring in flight.

darkness en wrapped me with a comforting touch, 
oh i love this nature so much.

filled with happiness & desperate love, 
nature has adorn this beautiful earth.

helping us as a gift of god, 
nature provided us love of all sort.

for all it's goodness we have altered it by & by, 
so much so that the nature would cry.

it's time for us to pay nature's dew, 
not for me & not for you.

just do your bit to regain the beauty of nature, 
so let us save this huge creature…! 

By Rajat chandra

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