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Such Majesty There, Where Nature's Beauty Abounds
Such Majesty There, Where Nature's Beauty Abounds There it was deepest beauty all the way around Whispering winds echoing most colorful sounds Like a vision from a very passionate dream Earth, sky unified into giant flowing stream I lone interloper into majestic views Wanderer drinking in, birds, trees, overhead blues A pilgrim self-sent on my first real Nature quest An awestruck fan, praying to be its welcomed guest. Old leaves crunching loud under my invading feet Pondering, is this any great way to first meet Speaking soft to critters, as they scurried away Assuring forest, destruction is not my way Following along winding ancient woodland trail Heart, mind and soul under beaming Nature cast spell Around a narrow bend, climbing down small stream bank Stopping, kneeling, drinking and giving God my thanks. Stepping across stones, over waters crystal clear Thinking if this would be destroyed, my new deep fear Over to yonder hill, small saplings at its base Magic colors sing, behold such infinite grace Suddenly a rush, as swiftly away raced deer All three knowing the truth, do not let man too near Watching as they flew and jumped over fallen log Each springing up and over like a leaping frog. With such majesty abounding, soul wanted more Grateful mind promising, to come back to explore Bring along my best camera to pictures take Save all to a pretty Nature scrapbook then make With purest joy, I turned to trek my way back home Adventurer, seeking under Nature's green dome Finally arriving at my car at sunset Explorer thinking this is as good as it gets. There it was, deepest beauty all the way around Whispering winds echoing most colorful sounds Like a vision from a very passionate dream Earth, sky unified into giant flowing stream I lone interloper into majestic views Wanderer drinking in, birds, trees, overhead blues A pilgrim self-sent on my first real Nature quest An awestruck fan, praying to be its welcomed guest. Robert J. Lindley, 9-10-2018 Rhyme, ( Remembrances Of An Early Fall Nature Trek) Finished and edited from an earlier version written in 1977.
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