Category Archives: Nature poetry

Experience nature through the eyes of a poet

Something profound

Life isa seriesof ups & downs —smiles &frowns —setbacks & turnarounds —we’re in the middle of somethingprofound.

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Fence(fe)line

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Unconditional cue

We ask questions expecting answers, but are left with silence — perhaps this is our cue to be still & start living life unconditionally.

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Going to pasture

Letting thoughts go to pasture,my mind ruminates on the undigested particulatesof life,in one ear& out the other.

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Inner light

Even the darkness ofnight cannot extinguish my innerlight —when I sleepthe sun keeps rising —dawn ofmy dreams.

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Keep on trekkin’

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Joy

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Wish I were a windowpane

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
How many times have you looked out the window and wanted to be that pane of glass? To see the wonder of the world as the days and seasons progress, your vision altered by…

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A world of contrasts

Cabell Barn at Finley National Wildlife Refuge near Corvallis, Oregon

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Shine through

We are mostbeautiful whenwe shine throughin spite of all the garbagethat piles uparoundour spirit.

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