Nature’s Onomatopoeia

Nature’s Onomatopoeia

Ombré leaves of fall,
Each like a flower
Swish, swoosh, rustle, fall
The litter dazzles
Canvas in colour.

Winter, white and cold,
Frigid winds punish
Weathered trees downsize
Renewed spring flowers
Bud with love and warmth.

Blooms that bloom in May,
Butterflies flutter
Bees buzz a ballad
Inside buttercups
Rain patters, a chord.

Landscape and fragrance,
Seasons, mist to musk
Sun, moon, stars in sky
An arc dawn to dusk
Like reels, in series.

Nature’s theatre:
Circle of life and
Death, like tides, low n’
High, some crash along
Shores, and ebb away!


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