A beautiful day,
To walk nature’s way!
And a journey now awaits me.
The sun and rain, they play,
Hear,hear,hear they say,
There are wonders you’re yet to see.

The wind begins to blow,
The dainty flowers now bow,
As if they are in prayer.
I can hear the birds sing,
Their song a merry ring,
Mesmerized, I just stare.

The many hues and shades,
The leaves, the grass blades,
Each has a charm of its own.
A wonderful gift,
Nature’s arms to drift,
The best blessing I’ve ever known.

This is an Alouette. The Alouette, created by Jan Turner, consists of two or more stanzas of 6 lines each,
with the following set rules:
Meter: 5, 5, 7, 5, 5, 7
Rhyme Scheme: a, a, b, c, c, b
The form name is a French word meaning ‘skylark’ or larks that fly high, the association
to the lark’s song being appropriate for the musical quality of this form.

Participating in Half Marathon Blogging Challenge with Blogchatter. This post is written for Day 10. 

8 responses to “Nature”

  1. There is a lot I learn about the styles of poem writing from your blog. Another wonderful poem and description about its style. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. What I like about your blog is that you are giving an info about the poem type as well.It is a bonus in addition to the wonderful poems you write.Keep it up!

  3. Deepa says:

    Awesome..daily learning a new type of poetry from you 🙂

  4. Aditi says:

    Nature in its all beauty and generosity, is the biggest blessing ever! Beautiful poem!

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