Nature Pastoral Poems
These Nature Pastoral poems are examples of Pastoral poems about Nature. These are the best examples of Pastoral Nature poems written by international poets.
the box revisited
beautiful, best friend, bird,
I am getting older now and live alone but for the company of a blue and gold macaw named Sweetheart who inspired me to write...
Kingdom of Heaven
christian, faith, gospel, inspirational
Kingdom of Heaven
For there is but one that holds the key
with only one gate of entrance
so that the thief shall not enter
and when his sheep...
The Distant Breeze
miss you, nature, romantic,
Misty mountain morning
of pastel pink and blue
the wind songs playing through the trees
reminding me of you
The peaks on the horizon
on foggy blankets rest
the coolness of...
So Far Away From Day
beautiful, happy, nature, night,
The symphony has started
and the darkness does descend
the world succumbs to quietude
the day has reached its end
The nighttime woods are glittering
and offer up a show
beauty, nature, seasons,
As the window closes on Summer's breeze,
A door opens for Fall's colored leaves...
Crispy sweet apples and plump pumpkin squash,
Solitary scarecrow continues to watch.
Shorter days with...
IF GOD CAN
IF GOD CAN
If God can make a tall tree out of a tiny seed,
if He can answer a little declaration by Joshua changing the...
ancient honey hunter
animal, butterfly, history, humanity,
Golden annihilation of a lion's
Endless tusk of an elephant's
Innard heaping stewards
The river sings its sweet lament
in ancient voice softly lowing,
vibrant melodies subtly meant
to plumb the depths of our knowing.
Around each bend it curves, flowing
Backs to Nature
Taking Coleridge at his word,
I hied me to a rural scene
To leave behind the madding herd
For where Titania reigns the queen.
Ah! ‘Tis hard to wax...
beauty, earth, nature, places,
Where land meets sea will always be a special place for me,
Born by the coast, my early memories often seem to be,
Of happy hours beach-combing,...
beauty, earth, environment, tree,
I love to delve in deep, dark woods, where light and shadow play,
Competing in a dappled glade, where beech and birch and bay,
Reach skywards as...
pastoral, passion, song,
All day long my cattle will graze
All day long I’ll gaze
And will wait for her,
Pipe in left hand
Wild flower in right hand
Some clever animals...
This is a sweet bitter morsel
It is very bitter and sweet
It is sweet as honey
And bitter as bile
A morsel of...
In the Autumnal sunlight -
February on Wildmoor Heath
FEBRUARY ON WILDMOOR HEATH
Across the Heath the chill'ed land is sleeping
The cyclic pattern of seasonal life bespeaking
Bushes hunched, bare trees holding themselves still
Not restrained by...
Back and forth,
HIgh then low
Black swifts scythe below;
Beneath the vivid hue
Wide-set celestial blue.
Across the field
Buttercups fill my view with
Dung pats,dried,and fried in the sun;
Sentinels Rose to the Sky
On a lowland moor, waved a sea of green
Pastoral gardens, peaceful and serene
Ocher blossoms, kissed by the sun
were posing for a painting I 'd begun
SILENCE IS GOLDEN
Bright Marguerites,open and ablaze,
Reflected in a sunny haze.
Lilies waxed in a summer light,
A Jasmined fragrance to fill the night.
Speaking volumes with words un-heard
NATURE IN HEDGEROWS
inspired by contest nature theme
Beneath the undergrowth deep
Awakening from a winter sleep,
Hedgehogs stir in nocturnal nuzzle,
Uncurl their defensive puzzle;
Shrews,woodmice and voles
Quiver,and quickly desert their holes;
autumn, fire, nature, november,
A November wind has roared for days.
Dead garden stalks lay bent and frayed.
The proud maple now stands undressed
In drifts of yellow against the fence.