These beautiful and moving poems about God and nature have been submitted by visitors to the website.
We start with a poem about butterflies, followed by spiritual poems which find God in the landscape, in the light and in the raw power of the weather and the elements.
Through words and imagery, poems about God and nature world can bring us into the eternity of the present moment.
The artist Stephen Lewis Gilmore finds God in nature on the Wiltshire Downs.
He is one of 2 featured artists on this spiritual website.
by Robert Gresak
There is but one cosmic spirit
ensouling all life everywhere,
every life form, in its way
this encompassing life declares.
The scurrying ant to the beast in its lair,
ocean, shore and sky do share
its bounteous overflowing self,
the magnanimity of heavenly wealth.
But man, in his greed mocks natural law
revelling in destruction and war.
In time, his harmful acts rebound,
with love for harmless nature found,
he gains access to holy ground
and finds his higher spirit self.
tags: spirit, higher, nature, life, self
Move to Rooted in God - a prayer for blessing. Or read the next poem.
by Chris Roe (UK)
God in nature poems
Shafts of light
Through cathedral windows.
Upon the leaves
Beneath my feet.
In the branches above.
In the distance
Hind and fawn
Cross the forest track.
The sweet fragrance of autumn
Fills the misty air.
A gentle breeze
To the forest floor.
So hard to find
Such peaceful sanctuary.
by Chris Roe (UK)
Poems God in Nature
As the crimson flame of life
Above the horizon,
The white, frosted meadows,
With trees and hedgerows
Of sculptured ice,
Of your presence.
Upon this journey,
As another day begins,
Through the peace
Of your silent voice,
The moment becomes eternal,
And the journey
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Bible Christmas scriptures help us celebrate the origins of the Christian Christmas. Verses and quotes. Annunication. Mary. Joseph. Shepherds. Wise men.
I sent a friend a Christmas card - an electronic one and got the following delightful poem in return. Although it's not exactly a spiritual poem ;-) it