Saturday, November 18, 2006

MOTHER NATURE AS SHE IS

Nothing can paint mother nature
just as she really is . . .
A bird or a twig is left out . . .
There is always something amiss . . .
The bellow of the frog in the pond . . .
The shade falling about . . .
and ants crawling in the grass . . .
Aren't some of those things always left out?

A chunk of ice floating down the stream . . .
may miss the artist's eye . . .
He may not heed a timid deer . . .
that is quietly slipping by. . .

And the poet's gaze is careless, too . . .
Many things miss her pen . . .
But the human eye that loves nature . . .
Hears, feels, sees all . . . from mountain to the glen!

40 comments:

  1. Hi kai
    Thanks very much!

    hugs!

    Margie

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  2. Hello aurora
    Thanks so much!

    Margie

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  3. Hi polona
    Thanks very much!

    Margie

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  4. i see your bum dont hurt no more
    i am a great masseur

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  5. This is just beautiful! Keep it up, my friend!

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  6. another beautiful piece Margie...

    lotsa luv ann xxxx

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  7. Really beautiful poem Margie. I wholeheartedly agree. The strokes of a paintbrush or the words of a pen can only translate pieces of the wholeness that we feel while immersed in nature. Thankfully "nature art" inspires the viewer/listener's good feeling memories to surface from their own experience, and invites them to go there and feel it firsthand again :-)

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  8. i love nature!
    its the most beautiful thing...

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  9. Very nice Margie...sure hope you're okay my friend...

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  10. Nature...it's just there always flaunting it's beatiful pallet...revealing secrets of its beauty...always worth that long gaze...thank you Magie...warm greetings & good health!

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  11. "But the human eye that loves nature . . .
    Hears, feels, sees all . . . from mountain to the glen!"

    so true!!
    Lovely poem


    GBU
    Arti

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  12. Hi johnny b. good
    I am feeling much better...thank you!

    Margie

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  13. Hello choices
    Thanks so much!
    I love to write about nature...
    I'll do my best!

    Margie

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  14. Hi ann
    Thank you!
    Hope you are enjoying your weekend!
    Take care!

    Margie xxxxx

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  15. Hello eileen
    Thank you!
    I loved your comment!
    Hope all is well!
    Take care!

    Margie

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  16. Hi andrew
    Thank you!
    Take care!

    Margie

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  17. Hi anne
    Nature is one of the most beautiful
    things in the world!
    How are you?
    Take care!

    Margie

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  18. Hi kuan
    Thank you for the nice comment!
    I am doing much beter now...thanks!
    Nice poem you have up now!
    Take care!

    Margie

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  19. Hello sreejith
    Thanks so much!
    Take care!

    Margie

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  20. Hi gautami
    I love nature, and love to write poems about it!
    When I am with nature...I am so happy!
    Thank you!
    Take care!

    Margie

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  21. Hello arti
    So glad you liked my poem!
    Thank you!
    Take care!

    Margie

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  22. Hi Kai
    I'm doing good!
    I'm just heading out on a long hike...
    It is such a beautiful day here!
    Hope you have a great day Kai!

    Margie

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  23. i wish i could come to a hike with you....
    i hope u have fun

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  24. Hi Kai
    I wish you could have went with me too!
    I had the best day ever!

    Hugs!

    Margie

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  25. beautiful Margie ... the eyes being the windows of the soul. :o)

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  26. beautiful Margie ... the eyes being the windows of the soul. :o)

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  27. it is all in the detail - always - the littlest things in life...

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  28. Hello trinitystar
    Thanks so much!
    Take care!

    Margie

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  29. Hi angeldust
    Yes, it's all in the details...
    the littlest things in life!
    Take care!

    Margie

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  30. Hello keshi
    toooooo good, you say!
    Well thank you my dear!

    Margie

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Each day comes
bearing its own gifts ...
Untie the ribbons.

-Ruth Ann Schabacker