nature poetry

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

Folly
Every petal has a story, A story it wants to tell. Every flower has a value Too precious that to sell. From budding green it seeks to fight For sun and water and greatest height. Towering friends to r...
Darin Leigh19 days ago
A Peaceful Moment
Resting quietly I wait beneath rustling leaves and against knotted tree trunks that circle each other. Birds coo and crickets share secrets as a lonely beetle wanders into a spotlight emerging from th...
Rob Reidburn19 days ago
Tides
Ebb Pulling away Everything dragged out Lost Flow Things rush in New things, old things Wonder & dream Thrill & excitement Ebb again The dreams fade The wonder recedes Hope is caught & pulled out to s...
My Mother's Garden
my mother vowed her life to a Garden that sprouted into hugs for her to hold I didn't think much of it as long as my mother was happy it wasn’t plentiful or prestigious it smelled weird after it was w...
Caroline Bailey19 days ago
Flowing Through
The grass beneath my feet is soft and still wet from an early morning dew. I could rub my toes in the mud just below the grass, digging myself in the earth, into Mother Earth. she has given us all to ...
Darin Leigh21 days ago
Nostalgia
I perch on a rock, Mown grass beneath my feet, Hunched over from cold though The sun beats down on my face. I feel a calm warmth As I bake like a lizard And wait for the sound of Your voice on the win...
Olia HH22 days ago
The Garden
In a garden of flowers In a bed of clean air In a world that looks sideways In a garden that swirls Now I sit in this garden Feel that air on my neck As I sit in this garden And I play with my hair Wh...
Taylor Kelly23 days ago
The Geologist
Rigid, raged shards crept around the gothic molten rock Smooth fiery hot lava gushes out slowly, Like honey on a warm summer’s day He is close enough to feel the heat surge through the air Carefully h...
Talia Baldassare24 days ago
Moments
I want to capture the moments. All of the ones that matter. I want the burnt image of sparklers at dusk, twirling in senseless shapes. I want the falling leaves, caught on the autumn breeze, as I crun...
David Ireland24 days ago
Harvest
we plucked the last of the Elstars this morning the grass was white with hoar the apples bloomed with frost birds had tasted seven or eight of the larger fruits I plucked them all rolled a few of the ...
Snowtime
The snow paints a Monet painting, Makes everything as beautiful as the last leaf falling, As cold as a frozen pond in winter, As quiet as a mouse with cheese. As white as a unicorn purring Falling lik...
Elijah Taylor25 days ago
The Storm
Any storm starts with rain, thunder, and lightning booming. It swells the air and the trees rock back and forth in her spell. The wind howls and bellows letting itself be known. Everything is calm in ...
In the Shadow of the Tree
1 In the shadow of the tree I am, a boat moves away. My heart cries, he would also want to leave...! Butterflies fly from one to another spring. The clouds pass. 2 Lonely, the bell shows me the way. I...
Emma Rosea month ago
2222
An air sign with a fiery side, but tranquil as the sea Moonlight floods through your heart and down into the valley You remind me of a phoenix rising from the ashes Finding her voice Finding her passi...
kiara aaleaha month ago
We’re Outside Now
collection of poems revolved around nature
Blowing from the West
1 Blowing from the west, a fierce avalanche seems the sound of the wind. The rain is coming to an end. May, traveler, it goes away by the river. 2 Ethereal, the dragonfly, perching on the grass, sip t...
Amber Cadenasa month ago
If I Tell You the Truth
If I tell you the truth of the feathers in my soul, the roots coiling down through my legs like spider veins, invisible, latching beneath the soil; If I tell you the truth of the ache in my bones, bey...
Zeek Levella month ago
The Lantern
I’ve seen the lantern on the mountain top I've seen it slowly burning it signals something beyond the skies where comets beyond keep racing by and where worlds beyond worlds keep turning Yes the lamp,...