Welcome to
The Beauty Of Nature!

Deer


I sometimes stare at the sky and wonder why we have made such a mess of things.  I wonder how we can tear up the seas and use up the trees all in the name of progress.  It is such a tragedy that we are damaging things so fast and they will soon be way beyond repair.

It is very sad to think future generations will not have the natural things to enjoy as we have had, and that they will be paupers when it comes to the offerings of the natural world.

But, preserving nature is one thing ... appreciating it is quite another.  There is so very much beauty all around us to see, touch, and hear.  Nature is so miraculous because it is always changing.  No matter how many times you look at something, it is always different.

Nature can set a sky aflame at sunset or magically transform a familiar landscape into a snow-white wonderland.  It can paint a rainbow in the sky, paint beautiful autumn colors on trees, or paint a clump of daffodils in the grass with glow of soft sunlight.


Deer


Nature can bring a lot of beauty into our lives.  Nature has a way of affecting our moods and it can force us to change our plans.  Nature is responsible for the sun, clouds, rain, and snow.  When it is sunny and bright outside, we feel cheerful inside.  When it is cloudy and rainy, we often feel gloomy.  When there is a beautiful and starry night, the moonlight makes us feel romantic.

When we see the leaves budding on a tree or when a timid flower pushes through the frozen ground, or when we smell the freshness of spring, new hope will always come to us.  Nature is truly an intrinsic part of our lives.

When we wake and see a sunrise, when we walk and feel a breeze, when we gaze at the mountains and the splendor of the seas, when we see the earth renew its beauty at each season of the year, and when the stars shine at night, we should be so very thankful to the Lord for giving us all these wonderful and miraculous things.  Learning to become more aware of nature can truly have a good effect on our lives in the way we look at things and in the way we feel about ourselves.


Deer


It is with much love that I dedicate these pages to a very special and wonderful person, Ginny Ellis.  If it hadn't been for her, these pages would not be possible.  I truly appreciate every beautiful poem that she has ever written.  I thank you from the bottom of my heart, Ginny, for bringing so much beauty into the world.


Ginny


I would now like to share with you some of Ginny's and other poets verses and other things that capture Nature's moods and majesty.  They may evoke some memories and dreams  I do hope you will find something that you will enjoy.

Some of the authors are unknown but if you know the correct source of items listed, I will appreciate hearing from you so corrections can be made and proper credit given.


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Take Time To See
Mountain Nights
I Come To Meet You
A Land Forgot
The Singing Winds
Waterfalls
Winter's Concert
A Message From Chief Seattle
Ocean Waves
God's Love Is All Around Us
Mother Africa
The Lion
The Tiger
Where Do The Robins Go In The Rain?
God's Redwoods
Winter
The Elephant
His Eye Is On The Sparrow
The Swans
God's Irises
Father Of Wolves
Autumn Leaves
The Most Magnificent Mountains
Oh Such Visions
The Leopard
The Gorilla
Mr. Chipmunk
The Old Cypress Tree
Silence Of The Forest


Thank you for visiting
"The Beauty Of Nature!"

Remember that if we take the time to enjoy nature more, then we are taking the time out to really live more!

I do hope that all your days
will be filled with sunflowers and roses!


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The Beauty Of Nature was created on August 1, 2000
Last updated on August 25, 2011