nature poetry

An ode to Mother Nature; poems that take their inspiration from the great outdoors.

All That I Am
I am an artistic soul, With an eye for the world In a way you might not see, But it makes my days a little brighter. I am a musical soul, Hearing the tune of the Earth When I wake up to when I go to s...
Ecarg Nosive2 days ago
Snake in the Grass
I stumbled across a serpent in the grass We stared at each other in a perpetual trance Uneasy not knowing what it’ll do next Its intentions seemed far too perplexed After a while I thought we’d be fri...
Brothers of the Journey
We made The journey out— Not caring For the hurt We left far behind us, And only looking For the embrace Of love Amongst ourselves, only, In the cold, clear night. We nearly hit a stag. Almost as if e...
Christmas Island Haiku
Rain, rain, go away I’m here but for a short while To bask in the sun Sugar works, sweet drinks I work more or less in the Kitchen, Slangevar Black swan and tui Teach me in this place of learning What...
Ellis Hughes3 days ago
The East, the West
Blindingly honest Integral at heart Joyful with warmth Like a sweet summers tart ‘Tis exotic and fruity Doth it have no end? To mine moon and mine stars Shine t’will lend Kisses to mine skin Many a co...
Cape Palliser
I took a quick step over the delta To take a closer look at the rocks The waves barely brushed them And my feet were dry And the Pacific roared on... There was a tugging underneath I don't know how I ...
Ellis Hughes3 days ago
Leaf
I wish I was leaf that was floating free As it rains and shines and flies like a bee Erratic in the wind yet gentle on the ground In a cycle of the seasons it is forever bound Twisting and curling as ...
Trickle Down
Trickle down, sweet January dew Into the cracks that the window hides Unlocking her unique tapestries At once ancient blueprints and brand new Trickle down, late afternoon mist Like the grains of sand...
Eliza Gayle6 days ago
Doomsday
walking along the wooded path i thrush and thrash the grass away— i see decay in every way. i hum a sweet tune and— think of June; the lonesome-lazy-summer-haze. and off there goes a leaf in the wind—...
Sagar Panwar8 days ago
My Mysterious Morning
The sound rose from the clock, I quickly got up. Stop it! I cried. Through the window I saw, fog. Still there for me, to say Good Morning. Shine as bright as that of a burning copper. Spread red beams...
Tatiana Leon9 days ago
The Flawed Rose and the Radiant Sun
The ruby rose slowly lost her color Day by day. She became lifeless and frail. She was slowly losing her petals thinking of the frightful past. She lost her friends, Her family, And her happiness. She...
Brandon Branch10 days ago
Wildfire
It comes when least expected. Like a sniper perched atop their vantage point. You never see it coming until it's too late. Until you hear the shot and the deed is done. It takes little effort to ignit...
Spencer Barrett10 days ago
The Cold Embrace
I sit inside, under the sheet, in bed. The cold grasps the window with mighty hands, Tap, tap, tapping against the pane it said Softly, a gentle nod; it understands. It feels the pain that bites my so...
Ellen Gibson12 days ago
Mother
She calls to me in the breeze Sending whispers of who I am As I'm high in the trees My feet caught in the sand I feel her beneath my fingers The essence of her scent And in my soul lingers The beauty ...
C. Alphenia13 days ago
The Lull
This quiet REST LESS NESS that permeates the atmosphere Those in-be-tween days Marked by grey cold cloudless skies Not a flake Not a drop Simply grey upon grey languishing in the distance Waiting for ...
meka carter13 days ago
Sol
Gradations of orange and blue, caught my eyes over blinding white beams of opposing headlights. I paused my schedule for a few minutes to stop and stare in awe of you. Because when I am unable to gree...
Alina Gallupe17 days ago
The Lake House
The smell of citronella bracelets and open-air fills our lungs. The patter of light raindrops teases our skin. The sun caresses our faces with its warm touch. The lake laid out like a shimmering invit...
Amanda Lyons20 days ago
Jaded
Green serene. As I lay, among the lily spray, new and fresh, innocence at rest. Yearning for knowledge I go searching, learning. Floating through the fields, flourishing as nature yields. Tender turf,...