Nature is The Art of God – Famous Poems

These are poems about experiencing the great outdoors. Whether one is watching a thrilling thunderstorm or looking up at a mighty tree, the experience of nature is one of awe. One cannot help but marvel at the intricate design of a single leaf, or the roar of a great waterfall.

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Source: Family Friend Poems

1. The Grand Canyon

She picked up her brush and began to paint
Her pallet of earth sometimes was faint
The depth of scene was beyond reach of eye
Topped now and again by a turquoise sky

The colors of her painting began to run
At first a trickle… the torrent had begun
Upon her painting, eyes would struggle to look away
Her thoughts were of a landscape where hearts would play

Stepping back from the canvas, in her gaze it seems
The painting was beyond her wildest dreams
The sound of water echoed upon the wall
As she hung the painting in the great hall

She unveiled her canvas and offered it to him
Then foot prints appeared on the edge of the rim
She knew they would come from the world around
Drawn by a painting… created in the ground

2. Who Has Seen The Wind?

Who Has Seen The Wind?

Who has seen the wind?
Neither you nor I.
You see now, it’s invisible
to the naked eye.

Who has seen the wind?
It hides but shows it’s there.
Seek guidance from the sky-
and watch the clouds pass by.

Take a look up at the tree tops
and see the leaves, they flow.
Look down at the grass blades,
and watch them as they go.

Who has seen the wind?
What of it, lies within?
Who can show that it is there?
Just look around, it proves it’s here.

3. At The Mountainside

fresh breeze and snowcapped peaks
sky inked with pale blue
the water at the lake is crystal clear
the green grass, cows silently chew
the little girl at the lowest hill
is seen plucking flowers
red, blue, yellow and purple
all seem to have some kind of power
the clouds are moving at snail’s pace
and all seems so quite and peaceful
everything is so mesmerizing
that away from it you cannot be pulled

4. Nature

I watch the waves crash in, breaking on the shore
All their anger dispensed on the oceans floor
I look at the sky so blue, sun shining so bright
Spreading heat and happiness with its blinding light
Long blades of grass swaying in the gentle breeze
Dancing in rhythm with so much ease
Look up at the trees hearing the singing of the birds
Happily chirping singing at ease without words
Sitting here holding my knees to my chest
Watching and hearing nature at it s best
I ponder how Nature could get it so right
When we have let Natures lessons get so out of sight
We hold our anger, let our happiness slip away
Making our survival a struggle each and every day
We have forgotten the little things that mean so much
Like the laughter, the freedom, and someone’s loving touch
If only I could make people stop, watch and listen to Natures tale
We could all sit back happily and our world would not be so frail
In each others existence in harmony we could all survive
I’m sure like the sun, wind, tree, and birds our lives we could revive
If only we let nature take its course in each and every one of us each day and night
As I sit and ponder how Nature got it so right and we lost all sight.

Source: Family Friend Poems