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You're My Nature

You're My Nature On all the things that caught my eyes You're the perfect paragon of Paradise When I think of a place that grows the seeds of beauty You've turn my imaginations into reality I can't idealized a better accurate definition Than you're my nature, You're the best attraction You're the ocean that soothes my feeling Waving with precise rhythm like I'm only dreaming As long as you're calm you dictate the ambiance of peace That coordinates on the fresh air and cloud's mist But one thing is for sure, even though its not summer, I promise my willingness I'm ready to explore how deep is your love and mystery with courage and braveness You're the stars on a quiet night Even though it gets darker and darker You don't care as long as you're bright You're shining that shows your genuine identification That you're one of a kind God's creation I hope one day my wishes will show me a sign That in the destined moment our stars will soon be align You're the garden that blossoms different flowers That shows more enhanced saturation during rain showers With adorable leaves with refreshing pigments That strengthen everyone's persistence You're true beauty drives my motivation That I will care for you with no doubts and with determination You're the rainbow after the rain You're the happiness after the pain That so comfortable to see That makes my emotion seems so free Let me be the one that will find the treasure in you Let me find the source of that beauty shining through You're my nature beyond my imagination You're my definition of satisfaction Nothing can define you more than I did Because no one can follow my lead Im the one who witness your genuine existence Because I'm the only one that truly admire your presence

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