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Remember Mother Nature’s Song.


William Shakespeare said, “The earth has music for those who listen.”
I still remember Mother Nature‘s song and I will hear it again soon enough. 
In bare feet on my new journey, resting in a hammock surrounded by silence and positive energy…
meditating to her psychedelic song.
 
Hear as the trees sing her song through the leaves.
Close your eyes and feel the wind as it whispers her words in your ear.                        
See the grass blades dance in unison under the sun in open fields.
Touch the water and feel her freedom flowing through your finger tips.
Taste her fruits and enjoy the sweetness.
Imagine transforming like the clouds, every size and shape is unique.
Inhale her inspiring scent of her energy as you sit in wonder and amazement.

Remember now? The earth has music for those who listen.

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3 thoughts on “Remember Mother Nature’s Song.

  1. That was a really lovely poem – it really brings nature to my mind

    cheers
    Lorraine 🙂

    Posted by aawwa | November 6, 2011, 02:22
  2. standing under Her moon you hear the whispers of the wind……
    this is a very good description of my world, I enjoyed it
    Thank you for sharing
    Take Care
    )0(
    Blessed Be
    ladybluerose

    Posted by LadyBlueRose's Thoughts Into Words | August 2, 2012, 05:51
  3. Awww summmmm. loved reading it.

    Posted by Madhu Dabholkar | October 16, 2013, 16:04

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