The Sounds of Nature: A Poem
I hear the waters trickle down the riverbed and land in the ocean,
Becoming waves that flow into eternity.
I hear the thunder rumble and the lightning crash,
As the sky opens up to rain on my skin.
I hear the wolf howling at the moon and the owl hooting,
In the shadowy darkness of the lonely night.
I hear birds chirping and the lions roaring,
As every animal joins in the glorious chorus of the earth.
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