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I hold Her dear

Updated on August 1, 2011

Stretched out in the grass
looking at the sky
formations of birds
flying high

I close my eyes
breath in the air
a warm summers’ breeze
caresses my hair

I feel Mother Nature
all around
I see Her beauty
and hear Her sounds

Feeling blessed
for being here
and realize
I hold Her dear

LadyFae©2011


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      LadyFae 6 years ago from Under the Stars

      Thank you Sarah, good seeing you here and I'm glad you like my poem.

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      Sarah Shepherd 6 years ago from San Diego, California

      Beautiful LadyFae, just beautiful. It reminds me of something the American Indians would appreciate... love of Mother Nature and her bountiful beauty. Thumbs up and a beautiful to you!

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      LadyFae 6 years ago from Under the Stars

      Thank you www. Your vote is very much appreciated.

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      www.lookseenow 6 years ago

      I voted it beautiful, and your illustration is too

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      LadyFae 6 years ago from Under the Stars

      Dear Phoebe, thank you so much for passing by, reading and commenting. Very much appreciated and I'm glad you like my work.

      Hi Prashnant, thank you very much for your comment and your appreciation for Mother Nature.

      And www, thanks for your very elaborate comment. Btw, how did you like the poem?

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      www.lookseenow 6 years ago

      Beautiful image, did you draw it?

      Get ready to meet your God, Jehovah, because what may be known about him is perceived by the things made. Job uses speech to show up man’s true size. “Behold! God (Not mother nature) is more exalted than we can know.”

      (Job 36:26)

      In the book of Job there’s a profile of a storm. The way Job described it he would never label it “Mother Nature”—no woman deserves what calls for a male. Job did not even dare to declare: ‘it’s a man’s job.’”

      It’s a man thing—man is really at war with what the scientists call “nature.” Should people copy scientists that have made a deity out of “nature? It is science, not the Bible that uses the feminine pronouns “she” and “her,” and even call it “Mother Nature.”

      Thus they make a goddess out of a female, because they claim that she is responsible for man and his environment. Viewed from such a feminine label man is not at peace with this goddess, but man is at war with Mother Nature by ruining it.

      While destroying the earth’s environment nations became wrathful, and God’s own wrath is coming—wrath belonging only to a male—and to bring to ruin those ruining the earth.” (Revelation 11:18)

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      Prashant angiras 6 years ago from shimla(india)

      i also love mother nature,nice poetry keep it up

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      Phoebe Pike 6 years ago

      This is awesome!

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      LadyFae 6 years ago from Under the Stars

      Thank you so much MysteriousOne!!! Very much appreciated.

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      MysteriousOne 6 years ago

      Simply beautiful! voted up/beautiful