NBI poem #3

Published May 6, 2014 by tenderleaf

Ok so poem #3 

Natures magic

How do you explain,
A newborn babies cry,
the magic deep within,
That first special grin

The noise the crickets make,
when they rub their little legs,
The glow flys under the tree,
Beautiful to see,

The stars on their velvet banner,
Twinkling from afar,
Stories of a man, he’s living in the moon
Perhaps, we’ll see him soon

Sweet smelling flowers,
That only bloom at night,
Natures magic everywhere we turn,
A lesson in beauty we all should learn.

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