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Natures Maze

Natures Maze

Things often missed, or taken for granted.

Never does it cease to amaze

Walking through nature's maze

What is missed as I pass

Hidden amongst the grass

Dew drops glistening in the sun

Webs of silk that spiders spun

Subtle shades of color in the trees

Warmth carried upon a soft breeze

Roaring creek a song does sing

Sounds taken for granted ring

Birds and insects greet a new day

Silhouetted as they float and play

Against the rising sun

A tale needing spun

Leaves fluttering branches swaying

The neighbours' dogs baying

Creaking buildings as they warm

Buzzing bees to new flowers swarm

Hummingbirds swoop and dive

Spring morning so much alive

Life is a such a pleasure to share

Distracted now I stop and stare

Counting many a blessing

Cheeks hot and flushing

Nature never ceases to amaze

While walking through her maze

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