Nature's Realm

poem by: Daniel Miltz
Written on Feb 19, 2017

Nature's Realm

Feb 19,  2017• By daniel miltz •

Earthy barmy leafs scurry
Pulling rapidly in peak flurry 
Lamenting blind as mists worry 

Crude cool calm earth attacks slowly
Silly calm breeze shoo wholly
Sharp plume vanishes hollowly

Descending riveted cloud gleam 
Sputtering upon scratching stream 
Hurries vacantly in sprinkling steam

Lying oaks bewail 'n bemoan
Unobtrusively giggling delicately unknown
On clear red foundlings windblown 

Deciduous elm trees fluster
As slow clouds be one of cluster
Above and slowly disappears in a duster

Suavity forlorn pebbles grieve
Amongst sluggish ol' buttermilk sky heave
As stars twinkling thru' pea soup vapor retrieve


Tags: happy, rhyme, deep, imagery, wishful,

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Arch Angel commented:
Put punctuations in appropriate places.
Arch Angel commented:
I love the message; the usage of impressive words is correct but the grammatical position, some aren't.
Christopher Russon commented:
Lovely poem I love the way the words captures the feeling of nature.


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