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Nature and it's beauty

Holiday in the Lake District

By Sarah Fiander HarrisonPublished about a month ago 1 min read

The sound of rain battering the roof

Gives me clarity, a simple truth.

Our world is so beautiful,

Why can't we see, there's more to life than you and me.

A yellow buttercup in a field

Strong green trees under which to shield;

From falling rain or burning sun,

This is how nature, gets things done.

I don't moan about the rain

It makes our countryside green again.

The vibrant colours are all around

Ranging from the sky down to the ground;

This place I love, an inspiration to me,

Sets the poet within me free.

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About the Creator

Sarah Fiander Harrison

A lover of animals, humans and our magnificent world. A heart bypass warrior, a mother, a wife, a poet!

A singer of songs, lover of life, so many things inspire my poetry. A Christian, I'm not religious, but I have great Faith in Our Lord.

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Comments (2)

  • T. Licht2 days ago

    Love your style of poetry so simple and profound and beautiful all at once.

  • Manisha Dhalaniabout a month ago

    Love this perspective, Sarah. What a wonderful way to look at the world. Lovely poem!

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