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6 poems to discover nature

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Tony Rangel

on 2 June 2014

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Transcript of 6 poems to discover nature

Early Sunday
Table Of Contents
Table Of Contents

Tony Rangel

6 poems to discover nature
Enticement
Natures beauty is a topic that has been up
for discussion for decades. These 6 poems will
play with your mind a bit and show you the
true beauty behind natures secrets.
Introduction
I chose this topic cause its something
that not many people truly understand
but through out this presentation i will
attempt to open the minds and eyes of my peers so that they may understand the true meaning behind natures beautiful secrets.
1) Dusk
2) My Heart Leaps Up
3) Early Sunday Morning
4) Blossoms
5) Thirsty Phenomenon
6) My poem (Natures Beauty)
As imperceptibly as Grief
The Summer lapsed away—
Too imperceptible at last
To seem like Perfidy—
A Quietness distilled
As Twilight long begun,
Or Nature spending with herself
Sequestered Afternoon—
The Dusk drew earlier in—
The Morning foreign shone—
A courteous, yet harrowing Grace,
As Guest, that would be gone—
And thus, without a Wing
Or service of a Keel
Our Summer made her light escape
Into the Beautiful. Emily Dickenson

Dusk
Emily Dickenson info:
Born on December 10, 1830, in Amherst, Massachusetts, Emily Dickinson left school as a teenager to live a reclusive life on the family homestead. There, she filled notebooks with poetry and wrote hundreds of letters. Dickinson's remarkable work was published after her death—on May 15, 1886, in Amherst—and she is now considered one of the towering figures of American literature. My favorite line from this poem would have to be "As imperceptibly as Grief The Summer lapsed away"
My heart leaps up when I behold
A rainbow in the sky:
So was it when my life began;
So is it now I am a man;
So be it when I shall grow old,
Or let me die!
The Child is father of the Man;
And I could wish my days to be
Bound each to each by natural piety.
My Heart Leaps Up (William Wordsworth
William Wordsworth was born on 7 April 1770 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, in the Lake District. His father was John Wordsworth, Sir James Lowther's attorney. The magnificent landscape deeply affected Wordsworth's imagination and gave him a love of nature. He lost his mother when he was eight and five years later his father. The domestic problems separated Wordsworth from his beloved and neurotic sister Dorothy, who was a very important person in his life. My favorite line from this poem is "The Child is father of the Man"
early Sunday
moving a plant
growing new leaves
into new sun
in this room

early Sunday
a squirrel
runs up the tree
to enjoy a harvested
pine cone for breakfast
not winter yet!




Edward Hirsch is an American poet and critic who wrote a national bestseller about reading poetry. He has published eight books of poems, including The Living Fire: New and Selected Poems, which brings together thirty-five years of work. My favorite line from this poem is "Early Sunday to move a plant"
White apple blossoms falling free.
Dancing, swirling, playing joyfully.
Affection given lovingly.
Caressing me.
Tenderly. (Les Nibbs)


Blossoms
See How The Rain Falls…

Drop by drop…

Steadily percolating

And penetrating the dry lands

Sucked!



(Bushra Khalil)
Thirsty Phenomenon
My Poem
Natures beauty is mysterious natures beauty is clear natures beauty is feared and endeared feast your soul on nature and your heart shall be catered with natures beautiful love
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