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In Awe
by Wanda L. Harrell
Tuesday, November 25, 2003

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© 2003, Wanda L. Harrell

I marvel at the massive, tangerine orbís persistent rise,

And birds, in feathery flight, winging across cloud-streaked skies,

But I am equally in awe at the wonder of you.

I marvel how natureís flora tranquilly grows and blooms without sound,

While mountains tower upward to wear an icy, crystal crown,

But I am equally in awe at the wonder of you.

I marvel as brown barked trees stretch to the blue with hands of green,

And cool respite safely dwells in the emerald valley and deep ravine,

But I am equally in awe at the wonder of you.

I marvel how hungry ocean tides rush to taste the sandy shoreline,

And reassuring rainbows arc across the sky in grand design,

But I am equally in awe at the wonder of you.

I marvel how a day ends enrobed in soft folds of purple at twilight,

And silvery moonbeams strain to illuminate the ink of night,

But I am equally in awe at the wonder of you.

Wanda L. Harrell
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Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 11/25/2003
So passionate beautiful poem.
Reviewed by jude forese 11/25/2003
wonderful,passionate poem...
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 11/25/2003
I am in awe...this is a splendid poem, excellent in content...I just totally loved this.
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