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Nature Girl
by Christine Alwin
Sunday, April 29, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Inspired by a push from John Flanagan
.....actually, a polite suggestion~


Nature Girl

Cottonwood tree lean on me,
as I shed my troubles away,
dabbling toes in a spring brook,
wind whistling beneath my wings

Little bird come play with me,
hide and seek in cherry blossoms,
sneak warm honey from busy bees,
indulge amongst the pussy willows

Strip me naked in core of woods,
completely, rock bares the weight,
light as a feather,  I could fly,
nap upon a white linen cloud

Wise old owl tapped my shoulder,
it is dark, you better get home,
so back into my skin I did crawl,
till nature comes calling tomorrow

 

 

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Reviewed by Jon Willey 5/7/2012
Christine, to the core of the emotion you ran with concepts fresh as you abandoned the baggage of mundane preconceptions we all carry, "strip me naked in core of woods" - this is fine poetry and I'm glad you shared it for our enjoyment - I wish you love and peace my dear friend - Jon Michael
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 5/3/2012
Your kinship and closeness with nature shine through your verses here, Christine. Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 5/3/2012
Pristine in nature's beauty in
your finest poetry bestowing of tomorrow.
Lovely art flowing into your verses Christine.

"John, you are an inspiration in joyful heart."

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 5/2/2012
the flute of Pan does call...
well done, christine.
Reviewed by JMS Bell 5/1/2012
EVERY DAY...NATURE IS RENEWED AND WAITS...FOR US TO PARTAKE OF ITS MIRACULOUS REFRESHING. WELL DONE, CHRISTINE AND ENJOYED. THANKS FOR SHARING. LOVE, BLESSINGS AND FAITH...JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 5/1/2012
serenity now. This is softly alluring and a pleasure to read!
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 4/30/2012
Empathic are you? The beauty of transforming into something light and beautiful is astounding in the glory of those wings and within the edges of a breeze.
Amor
Reviewed by Andy Turner 4/30/2012
Naked, where?
Divine words in a cosy dream like state.
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 4/30/2012
This is awesome, Christine!!!

Anna
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/30/2012
Quite a lesson in the birds and the bees. Makes you more than a free-spirited poet. Makes you a nature girl. Love it.

Ron
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/30/2012
Kudos to John and to You, Nature Girl.
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley 4/29/2012
I hear the whippoorwill sing
He calls to his mate
But the hawk drives down
And digs his claws in
But all he manages to get is his torn up skin
And a few feathers plucked
Some birds have all the luck.
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 4/29/2012
~Love, love, love your painting
of words so worthy of nature
and You, *Dear Christine* plus
our gentle *John* for the nudge~

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 4/29/2012
Oh to be a chameleon watching nature's magic unfold!
Love this!!!
Blessings, xx
Christine
Reviewed by John Flanagan 4/29/2012
thank you, Christine, for the mention,
most generous of you;
i didn't expect this, not sure what i expected
really but this is far beyond anything
i thought you might write and i love every line of it

john
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 4/29/2012
Christine,
wondeful play on imagery and words.
Budd
Reviewed by Laura Fall 4/29/2012
Wow, Christine this is absolutely splendid, as it sure does make the reader feel like their right there as you described it wonderfully as always my friend Outstanding Poetry!!! Laura
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 4/29/2012
Christine, I love everything about this poem. The image you chose, the lyrical feel, your visual pictures you draw in this reader's mind, very, very well done!!!
thanks John for giving Christine the inspiration for this poem!!!

Peace, love and light,
Amber
Reviewed by Diana Wiles 4/29/2012
Delightful, whimsical and 'light as air' piece...and so beautifully written.
I saw it, felt it, and caught the lingering scent of cherry blossom...
One for my library! :)
Love, Diana...
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 4/29/2012
Be careful, Christine, John is world known for getting young ladies in trouble, beware!

You had a wonderful play on words within the boundaries of this flighty and spring-like poem. I really liked the whimsical nature you promoted. Maybe John steered you in the right direction after all.



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