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I wrote this poem because I love Nature. It is a part of my life. I was thinking about a meadow full of flowers and the life that makes up this beautiful wonder of nature.

Mother Nature's Show

The flowers of the meadow present a colorful show
as they are caressed by the warm sun's glow

She offers her flowers as a treat for the deer
as a doe watches her fawn and keeps her near

Birds circling to land in the meadow below
looking for bugs, so their offspring will grow

Butterflies dancing together in mid-air,
one would think they are at a social affair

The bees scurry from flower to flower
gathering nectar they love to devour

The stream follows the meadows path,
a raccoon enjoys taking a bath

The frogs sing in unison nearby,
only stopping to catch a fly

The meadow is a wonderful place to go
to see Mother Nature put on her show
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3 Visitor Comments

poem that is drunk in the beauty of nature!lovely!
I thought that was a good poem. I took the time to read it because in my class we are studying about poetry. I want to read it to me class
Aawwwww now I wanna go and walk through a forest and meadow! Very inspiring!

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