Nature Poem Spiritual

by Mario William Vitale
(Wolcott, Ct, USA)

God's World

It is raining again.
Summer will be over before it gets here
Thunder rolls far away, drops
hit the windshield, the sky turns gray

The Sunflower, the blue
Delphinium, the white
Stinkwood drink the moisture
greedily. The green and silver

leaves of the Aspens sparkle as the rain hits and
the wind turns them round and round
The creek flows on, oblivious
to the change in weather.

A break in the clouds allows the sun to hit the side
of a towering mountain
Three cows wend their way homeward. It is dusk.
The gray clouds lift and the sun bursts through

before sliding behind the hills for the night.
It is God's World. He gives it to us
to enjoy and share with each other

tags: nature poems spiritual, gods creation, spirituality, poetry

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NIGHT OF AWE - poem about finding God in nature

by Robert Gresak
(South Africa)

I recall one Winters night
in the high mountains
when the mystic peaks
shone like steel pins
awe-inspiring in the moonlight
so that my tears flowed at the grand sight.

The heavens were alive with myriad
points of glittering starlight
all quivering it seemed with joy unconcealed
as if a vast eternal love amongst them wheeled.

Who could not be deeply touched
gazing up into such immeasurable immensities,
a steadfast, infinite radiant frieze.
One could not but feel a presence of holy beauty
and 'twas as if my soul received that holy kiss.
Such awe - which was not dread, but bliss.

Message from webmaster and poet, Katherine T Owen

Dear Robert,
Thank you so much.
Joy unconcealed - what a beautifully concise way to capture the moment where we suddenly understand that the joy of God has been with us all along.
God Bless you and all who read your beautiful poem.

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by James


She stands alone, on a silver hill; the frozen residue

kisses her toes.

She has silently endured what some others could not;

spring, summer, fall... and winter.

The April rain has passed for now; God smiles through

an endless blue sky, giving her new

hope. With eleven long branches, she stretches from her

slumber; each one a nursery, giving


tags: god in nature, poem about a tree, birth, endurance, god

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