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Found on Pinterest on 6-11-16. Jasper National Park.

Found on Pinterest on 6-11-16. Jasper National Park.

Most things found in Nature sing.

Sometimes the song is soft and quiet,

Or It can be felt as a soothing vibration.

But Nature sings, nonetheless, a song of joy.

 

Trees bend, trunks sigh, and branches crack

In the wind, ice,  and storms of life.

Leaves shake and dance in the wind.

Streams flow with a murmur or a roar.

Waterfalls splash and lake water laps

Against the  rocky shores.

Found on G+ on 4-29-16. Rick Schwartz. Below Rainbow Falls.

Found on G+ on 4-29-16.
Rick Schwartz. Below Rainbow Falls.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raindrops splatter as they fall on the dead leaves,

Found on Pinterest on 4-1-16.

Found on Pinterest on 4-1-16.

And pine needles lying on the forest floor.  

Lightning crackles, thunder rolls, and booms,                         

The wind sighs, moans, or shrieks  when

Storm clouds race across a dark gray sky.  

Chipmunks and squirrels scurry out of the rain.

 

Birds fill the air with melodious bird calls:

Wrens sound like sewing machines,

Towhee birds sing, “Drink your tea,”  

Blue jays  scream at other birds,

And Thrushes make a flute-like sound.

Cardinals sing, “Cheer, cheer, cheer.”

Found on 3-15-16 on Pinterest. Adam Jones. Cardinal.

Found on 3-15-16 on Pinterest. Adam Jones. Cardinal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you listen with your heart and soul,

You will hear Nature sing.

Yu/stan/kema.

 

 

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