Nature’s Lessons – A poem


From the iridescence of a butterflies’ wing

To the Magic of life at its beginning

trees spreading their pretty blossom in spring

and the many joys that natures hand doth fling

All make a case that is most compelling,

The world contains many wonders worth knowing

There is never any end to life’s learning.


Copyright: Kristian Fogarty 02/March/2019

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10 thoughts on “Nature’s Lessons – A poem”

  1. I’ve only read one post and I’m already in love with your poetic soul and your stream of consciousness writing. So beautiful. Thank you for putting your authentic self out there for us to celebrate. Such a heartfelt poetry, beautifully penned. If you get a chance I would love it if you checked my blog out, I feel that it would resonate with you! Looking forward to reading more!💕


  2. I keep wanting to write a science based post about the phenomenon of iridescence – from a physics point of view it is really incredibly breathtaking. I am not sure how it will go down though.

    Anyhows – lovely poem – I have had pingback problems in the past. Normally it is when I am reading and liking lots of other blogger’s work. I always presume WP starts to suspect I am a robot.

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  3. What a wonderful photo and the accompanying words are also similar to what I believe. The day is a good one if we have learnt something new. Learning should never end.

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