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by Paul Essery

Friday, December 14, 2007
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I love candles lit, bonsai tree trickling, with some inspirational music, playing in the background.



Nature is a wonderful thing
Itís beautiful every day
And when I think of nature
I think of it a different way

It comes and it glows

It spreads its tender wings

The sun is but,

A piece of Godís nature


He made our forests

He made our seas

He made our land

And here we stand


Nature is a giant vulture

Swooping down upon his victimís prey

And yet nature is a tender baby, waiting to be fed

My nature is mysterious, but rather shy

My nature is cruel


When you go walking in the dark green forest

Think of my nature

And when you do, you and I

Will realize how beautiful she really is





























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