Hidden light in our sight



Hold the world,
Pause and glance,
Hear the hum of the bees,
chirp of birdsong,
The gleaming sun on the edge of a blue wildflower,
the distant bleat and clink of grazing.
Contrarily, the beauty slowly fades to extinction.

There’s water, once before it was ice
There’s yellow, once before it was green
Man’s greed blinded him,
The light unseen is still within man's redemption
The sun baked earth,
Gentle breeze,
Still has the power to dry our moist eyes .

Man’s maintained link with nature rejuvenates to happiness
Because nature keeps painting for us infinite beauty day after day.
The light unseen is plainly hiding in our sight

This poem is about: 
Our world


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