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Nature Has The Power
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All living things have a 'cycle' of life--including the ocean. 'Bad' things are but part of the living cycle--not punishment from God.

Words, ancient, escape me
yet I feel His warmth infinity.
for it is His world where we live, see.
Life yields to us … power …
weak, mighty, like Nature--
a storm or a shower.

We thrive in harmony
as, most the time, there’s no tragedy.
Fools, men, trod where they ought not be.
All things have a season,
a purpose, a reason.
Death, life, creates tension.

Often, men try to change
things outside their range—act very strange.
When things come ‘undone’, men rage deranged.
Nature laughs in our face,
at our sorrowful race,
gives us a change of pace.

In ev’ry hour, each day,
something can change momentum, its’ sway.
Nothing on earth will stand in its’ way.
Like leaves in autumn fall,
Nature surpasses all
doesn’t heed humans’ call.

Those things man can control
sometimes take on lives of their own, go,
change into things that we didn’t know.
With Nature by our side,
we can run but can’t hide …
by her warnings abide.

Respect her, let love shine--
her power is divine!

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Reviewed by Birdie Houston
Nice write.
Reviewed by Dave Harm
Very good. At times, I wish science couldn't explain everything, maybe we could respect nature a whole lot more.
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader)
This is uplifting and what I need right now.
Reviewed by Sandy Knauer
Nice job. Hopefully, we can learn a few things, like when we don't respect nature we end up with things like the tsunami, and fight for world leaders who will do more to protect our earth.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader)
A beautiful and inspiring write, Sandra.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Excellent write Sandra!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Paul Berube

No matter how hard we try ; you just can't fool mother nature. I like this.
Reviewed by A PAX
bravo on this offering Sandra !
very wise and true
what can you thru it
pax A
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