Worth A Thousand Words #17 – Nature becomes me

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Looking at mountains, I feel I am a mountain.
Looking at mist and haze, I feel I am a cloud.
After the rain has fallen, I feel that I am grass, and
When sparrows start to sing, I remember I am morning.

I am not a human, that’s for sure.
When stars flare up, I feel I am the darkness
When girls shed their clothes, I remember I am spring
When I smell the desire of everybody in this world,
I realize how my quiet heart is a fish’s.

I am not a human, that’s for sure.
Under the colorful sky, an immense EMPTINESS
Starting from today I am only…

nature becomes me
going with the flow and all
but sometimes against

white stream cascading
as the water hits the lake
time to reflect

both beautiful and brutal
simply takes our breath away

fountains, ducks and coots
having ice-cream by the lake
our Sunday’s pleasure

in the summer time we usually cycle
to the beer garden and sit by the lake
having some ice-cream, chatting, never a lull
watch the world pass by if that’s what it takes
garden full of flowers, mostly brambles
take it easy, we all deserve a break
birds build nests, bees buzzing, hedgehogs do the round
children laughing, people passing all around

fun swimming in the lake, time to be with friends
having picnics, singing, dancing and lots more
the joy of summer, don’t want it to end
walk up the mountain, stroll in the moor
visit family and all the love we send
discover places and see what’s in store
sweet honeysuckle, lavender and roses
all these activities give us a real buzz

For: Worth A Thousand Words #17

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