Songs of Nature
 
Horns and flutes and strings and drums
Birds and bears and wolves and cats
Nature’s calling through forest and glen  
Into the orchestra and into the song
 
Music whistles as branches dance
Spirits linger as goblins laugh
Full moon rising as trumpets sound
Night-time songs as nightingales sing
 
Tympanis grow soft while sunrise peaks
A stirring in the meadow as grasses waken
Inspired orchids rise up to the morn’
Melodies grow and blossom in the sky
 
Clouds thicken while the earth is praying
Song of the rain from desperate choirs
Hallelujah choruses sing up into heaven
Heroes come from sacred spaces
 
Nature, thy beauty is in thy subtlety
Birds talking in their secret rhythms
Murmuring brooks singing soft ballads
Thou art the songs of nature
Thou art a symphony of life

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Robert L. Martin
4 months

Hi Charlotte. Nice to hear from you again.

Charlotte B. Williams
4 months

Beautiful. The earth sings a melody of praise.

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