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Nature's Beauty



I open the window and see
The scenery outside.
Trees fill the sky
Accompanied by the songs of the birds.

Butterflies flutter everywhere,
While insects infest the grounds.
Bees fly from one flower to another,
Spreading nature's off springs.

The sky is bright blue,
And the clouds, an ever changing mass.
The flowers and buds continue to blossom
From the flowing water.

The sun is glowing its golden flames,
While children roll on the grass.
To whom do I owe this wonderful scene?
Mother Nature, Mother Nature.

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Submitted on April 15, 2011

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