Author: Clive B Ringshall
Walking through The forest
Butterflies pushing the air as they float on by,
Humming birds singing the words lost in time,
Ladybirds dancing between the flaps of butterfly wings,
All this never seen through the beauty of these my eyes,
Freshness of each new bud follows the senses of my nose,
Grasses tall and short,
Covering places to hide the colour of mother Earth,
Rabbits playing in the breeze of weeds,
Water falling into a never ending stream,
Colours shine with each ripple that finds its home,
Bugs skipping across their ocean of life,
Bears under the fall waking from their sleep,
Animals meeting in a place they call home,
Deer now pass through the filling stream,
Life is born this day for all to see,
Life that sleeps and never dies,
His Life that is sacred,
For all to follow,
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Clive (188.8.131.52) -- Saturday, April 15 2006, 02:16 pm|
When you read these words do you see a face before you?
|Meridian (184.108.40.206) -- Saturday, April 15 2006, 09:08 pm|
Hey bud! Good poem Clive! I'm guessing, the "His Life that is sacred for all to follow" is talking about God....right...? ...And without Him, none of the insects, animals, or human beings would be able to function as they do today?... Once, again, beautiful picture poet! Don't stop writing Mr. Ringshall!
|Clive (220.127.116.11) -- Saturday, April 15 2006, 10:59 pm|
A simple poem started and changed to fit into the Easter weekend. Thank you for getting it
|Catyrose (18.104.22.168) -- Sunday, April 16 2006, 05:12 am|
Such a beautiful and breathtaking landscape you have painted of all God's creation with his "face" overlooking us all. Very nice poem.
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