NATURE POEMS: “Song of the Rain” by Khalil Gibran

“Song Of The Rain” I am dotted silver threads dropped from heaven By the gods. Nature then takes me, to adorn Her fields and valleys. I am beautiful pearls, plucked from the Crown of Ishtar by the daughter of Dawn To embellish the gardens. When I cry the hills laugh; When I humble myself the…

NATURE POEMS: “THE RAIN” by William H. Davies

The Rain I hear leaves drinking rain; I hear rich leaves on top Giving the poor beneath Drop after drop; ’Tis a sweet noise to hear These green leaves drinking near. And when the Sun comes out, After this Rain shall stop, A wondrous Light will fill Each dark, round drop; I hope the Sun…

POEMS: “Water” by Wendell Berry

Water   I was born in a drought year. That summer my mother waited in the house, enclosed in the sun and the dry ceaseless wind, for the men to come back in the evenings, bringing water from a distant spring. veins of leaves ran dry, roots shrank. And all my life I have dreaded…

NATURE POEMS: “Hush of the Rain” by Patricia Walter

  Hush of the Rain I am gently wakened by the hush of the rain the whispers from God. The gray morning goes unnoticed quiet wounds touch my soul. Nothing harsh to the ears the lightning long tamed. I am awakened, surrounded by a gentleness known to few. Poetry & Art by Patricia Walter 2000…