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The nature has left me speechless

I have nothing to say more,

You have left me speechless.

Fascinating answers are full in my mind,

That keep wondering about this world.

The god had made the nature,

Which is the biggest gift human kind has got,

The birds chirping and the sun rising,

In the adorable sky.

The fire blazing,

The river rising,

This is what nature is,

For the quest to cheerfulness.

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33 thoughts on “The nature has left me speechless

      1. I said the exact same thing! What is she REALLY thanking you for? When she says she “likes” my published post; does this Child of God, Pat Veen, like me, my post, or… or is she REALLY indifferent altogether?! You tell me, William Johnson, and the READERS here. She will accuse me of “having hurt her feelings”. But then she won’t tell me HOW! She will “unfriend” me, but won’t tell me WHY! She will say, “My Grandson died just as you thought up this post.” But then WHAT did that have to do with the post?! I acted in complete innocence as I felt inspired by God to write. Unfortunately, she took it all the wrong way. NOT EVEN A “SECOND CHANCE” was offered, nor ANY explanation. Anyhow… William, I loved this your poem. I did not mean to vent here. Blessings to you and ALL. Timothy


  1. Have you ever considered writing an e-book or guest authoring on other sites? I have a blog centered on the same subjects you discuss and would really like to have you share some stories/information. I know my viewers would value your work. If you are even remotely interested, feel free to shoot me an email.

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  2. Nature has a way of showing us our true selves. We learn of the good, the bad, and the ugly from it. God planned it that way, so that through Nature we might learn about His handiwork and how Life works as well. Every day Life/God is showing us how He/She/It works. We would do well to listen to “the voice of God”. Multitudinous and grand in scope, that very Word of God goes far beyond what our human comprehension can possibly fathom. Timothy


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