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Nature's Symphony

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Nature's Symphony

            
                          Twilight, not yet dawn,
                        Awaits ascent of the sun 
          Bringing hues of blue, orange, violet, red, and purple
             The Aurora…the bright dawning, the daybreak 
             The birds began to sing their morning songs
                 A soft breeze joins Nature’s Symphony  
              Nature becomes a symphony of sound & beauty 
                       Nature's  scenic phenomenon. 
                        Nature reached a crescendo
                         Sunrise, the beginning

                    At dusk, day's end, the sunset 
               The eventide, the gloaming, the twilight
          The sunset, evermore brightly colored than sunrise
           As the sun sets over the horizon, nature falls silent
                         A scenic phenomenon
                  Which only nature could orchestrate
                      Birds sing evening songs 
                         Last songs of the day
                      Nature's concert once again, 
                        Begins again at sunrise
                             Sunset, the end

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