Poem: Nature


Have you ever


Seen her?

She is so dazzling,

So colourful, and

Makes her own rules,

Just like

We’ve in a school.

She revives us

With plants and trees –

Please don’t harm these,

As they contribute

A lot in cleaning

The polluted air’s blot…

Have you ever


How the world would be?

Without fresh breeze,

We cannot even breathe.

Her beauty, her aroma

Is so rare…

There's nothing

To compare or to dare,

For she is a


Given to all,

So use it wisely,

It worth’s a lot.

Imagine without her

How the world would be?

Like a man

Without eyes

And darkness

All that could be…

Please don't harm


As you all have seen,

Look! Look! Look!

How precious

She has been!

~ Copyright © Surabhi Kaura 2010

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Sky321 6 years ago from Canada

Very nice hub, and beautiful pictures.

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Simply Jill 6 years ago

I thoroughly enjoyed this one!

Nature is indeed a blessing from God.

I appreciate the comment you left on my poem.

I look forward to reading more and more

of yours :)


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Surabhi Kaura 6 years ago from Toronto, Canada Author

I am glad you enjoyed!

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Abhitheprince 6 years ago

you have great potential and a vision..i would have loved a longer poem because i liked this

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Surabhi Kaura 6 years ago from Toronto, Canada Author

You are right. I'll try to make it longer. I am delighted you liked it!

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Dim Flaxenwick 6 years ago from Great Britain

Beautiful poem. Loved the simile...ëarth without nature.. .. like a man without eyes.........

Well done.

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Surabhi Kaura 6 years ago from Toronto, Canada Author

Dim, I am glad you liked it. Thanks for the comment.

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pinkhawk 6 years ago from Pearl of the Orient

I agree 101%! Without nature we can't survive and everything will be lifeless. Thank you for this great poem, two thumbs up! ^.^

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Surabhi Kaura 6 years ago from Toronto, Canada Author

Pinkhawk, That's right. Nature is inevitable to us. Thanks for droping by =)

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Daniel J. Neumann 6 years ago from Harrisburg, Pa

Surabhi Kaura,

I loved this poetic hub. So many people divorce nature of God—or simply ignore it out of convenience. We’ve put a price on something that would outlast us, if we didn’t abuse it.

My favorite lines were:

“Nature is a gift given to all,

so use it wisely,”

Your verses allowed me to think of the world in the proper lighting. I mean, as you said, where would we be without our planet? A vacuum? It seems like the worst thing we could do: Destroy our habitat. How could someone get away with harming the environment? They’d owe countless restitution to endless generations perpetually. Their grandkids would have to imagine what could have been, had their father’s fathers only cared.

I don’t know how we could be so out of touch… but at least some of us (definitely you, anyway) acknowledge the value of our life-support system.

Thanks for publishing this,


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MontyTheCarlo 6 years ago from Canada

Nice poem. Nature is god's gift, enjoy its beauty! Some people are not so educated about it, hence they do certain things that are destroying our ecosystem, like cutting down trees which can cause soil erosion.

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mkrandhawa 5 years ago from India

very nice

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Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago from The Beautiful South

Very pretty. I love nature and longing for spring!

Joanne M Olivieri 3 years ago

No truer words ever spoken and I completely agree with you. With nature, nothing else is needed.

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Teiya 24 months ago

A simple and ingltlieent point, well made. Thanks!

Mircea 24 months ago

Now that's subelt! Great to hear from you.

littleboyking 20 months ago

So great I liked this if you make this longer I will love it more

akshat 19 months ago

Make it short

Joy greroge 12 months ago

So nice

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