NATURE POEMS: “Summer Song” by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

  “Summer Song” The meadow lark’s trill and the brown thrush’s whistle From morning to evening fill all the sweet air, And my heart is as light as the down of a thistle – The world is so bright and the earth is so fair. There is life in the wood, there is bloom on…

SUMMER NATURE POEMS: “Picking Blueberries”

Picking Blueberries Once, in summer, In the blueberries, I fell asleep, and woke When a deer stumbled against me. I guess She was so busy with her own happiness She had grown careless And was just wandering along Listening To the wind as she leaned down To lip up the sweetness. So, there we were…

MICRO-POETRY : “Soft white clouds” by Alan

“Soft white clouds” Soft, white clouds Sifted by a Cerulean hand — Can you see the Sifter? Are you the fleet, Rough copies Of what are to be? I wonder — For your shadows laugh On summer lawns. Alan   Posted with permission from the Author

HAIKU NATURE POEMS: “Dragonfly” (“Libélula”)

“Dragonfly” Colored elongated bodies, Stained glass wings, By the pond they fly… (A vision of magical beings!) Amira     “Libélula”   Cuerpos alargados de colores, Alas de vitrales, En el estanque vuelan … (Una visión de seres mágicos!) Amira

HAIKU POEMS: “A kite” (“Una cometa”)

“A kite”   A kite in the air, Learning to fly… On the ground, a happy smile! Amira   “Una cometa”   Una cometa en el aire, Aprendiendo a volar… En el suelo, ¡una sonrisa feliz!                                                                 Amira