POEMS: “The Amen Of Nature Is Always A Flower” by Trina Graves

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The Amen Of Nature Is Always A Flower

At the bus stop, passing time in my solitary thoughts
My gaze rested upon some nearby empty ground
There was nothing much at all to see, it seemed
Some grass, soil and stones were all my eyes found

Nothing changed over those cold winter months
As each week I waited patiently and surveyed
When rain fell soaking the earth, I noticed
Muddy puddles developed, where children played

As the days began to get a little longer
They became brighter and warmer too
I began to notice a change on the ground
Signs of life was starting to break through

The weeks went by as Spring finally arrived
Some days of rain, but mostly warm and bright
Various shades of green shoots covered the ground
Although different, united in seeking the light

Showers of petals from nearby blossoming trees
Cascaded upon me as I gazed at the ground
Gone now the blankness of winter past
Abundant foliage and flowering buds I found

I’ll never forget that summers day I arrived
My senses were blasted by the sheer power
Of an awesome scene of vibrant colour and beauty
The Amen Of Nature Is Always A Flower

By Trina Graves

(Posted with permission from the author)

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Trina Graves says:

    Thank you for sharing, Amira

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    1. A beautiful poem!!! The pleasure is all mine dear Trina 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

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