Poems about NatureFrom Wordsworth to Eliot, Dickinson to Frost, the most well-known of poets have been inspired by nature in their works. Our authors follow their footsteps to express how they have been influenced.
Deep secrets, unknown truths, unsaid words. Unspoken responses, undying Promises. Go figure!
When The Sunset Shields
A blissful gate to heaven....
Air Brushed In a White Winter Wonderland
Streets and tree branches engage in a heavenly show....
This one is old, I wrote it back in elementary school... along with a haiku about frogs.... that one was really cute.
A Man-Eat-Man World
A poem on the nature of human beings, harming others at chance.
Kissed by a Glimpse of Starlight
Prismatic petals, escapes a fulfilling sweetness in the air.....
After a Bashful Touch of Rain Showers
Their petals slowly wave in the dulcet breeze....
Wrote this quite a long time ago.
Jungle Weed or Tumbleweed
Our choices in life.
This poem is part of a project of mine to help children in poverty in Ghana. I have some vague ideas, but please list some more in the comments section.
Those Who Can't Learn
Will we ever learn?
Hi, I'm new here and so here's a poem that I wrote ages ago...
The Dark Figure I Saw
Walking by me... my shadow. Please comment and enjoy!
Thunder and lightning are such attention hogs. Just a poem trying to capture their performance.
I live in a desert but it's not home.
The Fallen Leaves
With the approach of winter, there is a change in nature.
To the Waterfall
Written to commemorate my mountain climbing at Erin Ijesha Waterfall/s with other students of the English department in Redeemer's University.
Life Lives in a Garden
A poem on the calming effect of a garden.