Grook Nature Poems | Grook Poems About Nature

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Chihuahua Rides As Navigator

                                       Everywhere I go
                               My Chihuahua rides with me
                              In his McDonald's coffee cup
                               Right next to me on the seat

Copyright © Sara Kendrick | Year Posted 2010

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The Tree Frog

Hot, dry summer's day
Finally comes to an end
All the tree frogs come to play
Signaling a storm_my friend
The child screams out the window
Shut-up frog in the shadow

Inspired by: Suzette Crous
Contest: A Grook For All Occasions
# 7_etc.

Copyright © Sara Kendrick | Year Posted 2013

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The Age of Relativity

Thinking rationally if you leave out one part                                                               Enlightment in the wrong speed and direction will go                                                  when missing in the equation in the end middle or start                                             naturally instead of a brilliant light you are separated into a black hole

Copyright © John Beam | Year Posted 2013

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Get your head out the sand man  										          lookup to the one who can                                                             						 like an eagle He will teach you to fly                                         								 never alone Bye and Bye

Copyright © John Beam | Year Posted 2012

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GROOK a fibonacci irony

re-post inspired by Constance contest


of reach-
above the nettles

Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2017

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Somewhere in From Somewhere Else

Do you believe in rainbows?
Does the moon still rise 
over the oceans?
Does sunlight still light up the meadow?
           Time wears down all things
but if you listen to the muse
you can escape 
from the cycle of birth and death
Even if only for a brief moment
          the words pour out
          like someone sticking 
a finger in the
        Let's see if 
our efforts 
              can hold back 
the tide
           Before we are engulfed 
by the saters
we must learn
                 how to find 
          even in the 
darkest hour
               Let the chorus sing
                We'll still hold 
our banner aloft
and we'll let
          Tomorrow awaits
let's be prepared to welcome it

Copyright © Matthew Anish | Year Posted 2007