Sight (Part 3) – Poetry

Look at the tulip petals as they slowly unfold

Look at the wedding ring sparkling gold

Look at the clouds as they drift through the sky

Look at expressions of those who walk by

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Look at the leaves curling on trees

Look at the hive that is made by the bees

Look at the spider web woven and glossy

Look at the mother, finger pointing and bossy

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Look at the stars on warm summer nights

Look at the dog with the ball that he bites

Look at the crests of the waves on the beach

Look at the goals that are not out of reach

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Look at the faces of those that smile wide

Look at the glow on the face of a bride

Look on the animals four legged or two

Look at the traveller who waves you adieu

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Look at the butterfly wings coloured and frail

Look at the blind who reads using braille

Look at the flight of the woodland hawk

Look at the child the first time they walk

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Look at the shiny, the dull, old and new

Look at the grass with it’s early morn dew

Look at the trees standing tall in the forests

Look at the sculptures and paintings of artists

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Look at the joy in the faces of lovers

Look at the pain and suffering of beggars

Look at the perfectness of a newly born baby

Look at the kinship you have with your family

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Look at the people who share wealth with the poor

Look at the people who only want more

Look at the sunshine on a hot summers day

Look at the winter snow, slowly drifting away

Sight…a simple thing we sometimes take for granted…sight…sometimes we see but do we actually look

Courtesy Google & goodtoknow.com

Courtesy Google & goodtoknow.com

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7 thoughts on “Sight (Part 3) – Poetry

  1. Mumsy dearest! I was guilty of seeing but never looking! Since falling in love with my Llamas all that has changed. I look and I see nature in a way I never thought I would! Love you mumsy! ……….Paula x

    • I had a little laugh at the mumsy dearest – reminded me of the Bette Davis Movie Mommy Dearest which scared the “b…” out of me!
      I am glad you now see nature with a different perspective… I love all animals (excepts creepy, crawly, biting, in your face types) xxx
      Love you too honey-pie 🙂

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