This is this weeks Madison Woods Fiction Friday photo prompt.
This week photo credit goes to Maggie Duncan. Thanks to you both.
I didn’t participate last week because of fallen far behind in answering my word press emails. I am no closer this week to be caught up then I was last week. The difference is I’m not going to pass this week up. I woke early to write a poem and hope those who read it enjoy it. Please feel free to comment, critique gently or advice. Thanks and enjoy your weekend.
The Heartbeat of Nature
Whispers of a gentle breeze
rolling out to sea.
Bouncing bunnies, chattering birds,
the heartbeat of nature is heard.
The sun’s powerful radiance,
shares a warm presence.
Kissing the dew off bathing flowers,
butterflies flight in rays of showers.
The sound of natures will,
a dark eye doe, is safe and still.
She flees in fear,
for danger is near.
Leaves crack and rustle,
beneath man’s disturbing bustle.
Nature’s heart shouts a pounding beat,
not willing to give into defeat.
Loud egos storms the hour,
lusting domination, power,
destruction and mutiny.
Stilling nature’s pure symphony.