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Nicole
This poem was so touching, it made me think of how others might think the same about me. We never really see our true beauty.
Sarah
This poem is so beautiful and very well written, it literally brought tears to my eyes!
David
It's amazing how he thought of the idea. It took me a long time before I realized that it was over.
Joni
I like to read poems of others marveling at God's awesome beauty. The likeness is really creative - it gives me a picture of God, tenderly reaching down and pushing the waves a little further to tickle my toes.
Syms
Your poem has a lot of meaning and it's true. so often people are judged on what's on the outside only. good job:)
Byron
Nancy really caught my imagination and visualization with her poem. I would enjoy reading more of her work. Wonderful, colorful language and articulate ! Please keep writing
basia
I like the simplicity of this poem and the picture that it creates.

Poems on Nature and Beauty (51-76)

  • by Maria Byrne
    For a poet, the setting sun can be a metaphor for many things. But, sometimes, the setting sun is nothing more than a very beautiful experience to enjoy.
  • by Fred Hobbs
    A talented poet can find beauty in the mundane, and irony in even beauty.
  • by Gini Brown
    This lovely poem explores the beauty of our Universe in a delightfully simple way.
  • by Peta Wood
    In the tradition of the Haiku, this lovely but short poem uses beauty and insight to illuminate…
  • by Fox
    Creatures of nature can give us a unique beauty.
  • by Angell
    What is poetry?
  • by Happy979
    This very visual, sense-laden poem describes the beauty of a single woman. And in so doing, it describes beauty itself.
  • by Fox
    How much beauty can you find in this world?
  • by Nancy Ness
    Few of us are fortunate enough to live in a part of the land where there is a history and beauty that all others envy. Fortunately, however, we do have very talented poets who can tell us about it.
  • by Edward Racey
    This poem is about beauty. Not the beauty we see with our eyes, but the beauty we find within our hearts.
  • by Heather Gendall
    The poem proves that different places have different skies. What? You didn't know that?
  • by }X{Angel}X{
    We see Beauty through the miracle of light. And, too, through its absence.

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  • by }X{Angel}X{
    Though out history, mankind has been in love with the horse. Is that because this regal animal, for much of civilization, has represented freedom? Or is it, perhaps, because for a brief moment we can become one with something foreign - and beautiful - to us?
  • by Wolfgang
    This powerfully evocative piece speaks of more than just beauty. It speaks of Life, and Love, and a Peace seldom found - and therein lies it's Beauty.
  • by Beth Hammontree
    The poet suggested placing this work in the Poetry Buffet, but I disagreed. A poem about Poetry, after all, is a poem about Beauty…
  • by Nancy Ness
    Nature often seems to mix Power and Beauty in equal doses. The power of Winter can rule (and rue) our lives, but it takes a poet sometimes to remember the beauty, too.
  • by Angel Adoration
    A tribute to a legend - and a best friend…
  • by Nancy Ness
    Discover a magical, surreal land filled with both beauty and fantasy. And abundant, too, perhaps with happiNess.
  • by Nicholas Theisen
    Beauty is where you find it, but only if you're willing to look. A bit different, this poem will require some thought.
  • by Nancy Ness
    The unparalleled beauty of dawn can light our hearts, as well as our way…
  • by Agnes Nogal
    Many poets write verse after verse on the intricate, delicate beauty of Nature. In a mere ten lines, this poet accomplishes as much…
  • by Michael Anderson
    Can even a gifted poet describe Beauty to one who cannot see?
  • by Rachel Branch
    This is a short poem that I wrote about how I believed, and still do believe, that God helps and loves everything.
  • by Michael Anderson
    The beauty of this mountain I almost find unspeakable. I gave it a shot anyway.
  • by The Unknown Poet
    I was on a friends boat called the Lost Loon and writing this poem just seemed like the thing to do.
  • by Ron Carnell
    I think, sometimes, the tone of a poem can lend contrast to the subject. This poem has a dark, portending tone, but is nonetheless about a very light subject.
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