Nature Hug - A poem

Nature Hug – A Poem

Nature Hug – A Poem

is about natural touches that heal even the most wounded souls.

Yesterday, I was in nature

To feel the song of birds

That told me a story

Of a neverending love

Between the wind and the flower

Forever they stood enamored

I asked about the secret

To stay with a person eternally

And Flores said:

“It’s about the decision

To warm our  blue eggs

Which will give us a legacy

To build a new bridge

Between the Past and the Future

With a lot of compromises

And sincere forgiveness

That makes everyone arise

Even in the longest romances

While we made our nest

We didn’t feel easy

But we both wanted to Last

Forever, it’s possible.”

I listened in amazement

While walking between apples

That still were leaves

Unfully in blossom

And then I felt a hug

Of the nature that touched

My wounded heart

It became a lot lighter

I continued my walk

And the wind complimented me

For my new-founded gold

Desire to be transparent

Then the rose flower leaf

Did begin to dance with me

While the sun enlightened the road

Creating emotional warmth

That made me feel everlasting

In Nature’s memoir


I love walking in nature. It makes me realize that life is wonderful, abundant, and eternal. Many cycles come and go. The same is valid for the people, but whatever happens, life continues. I prefer calling it “The Show must go on” as it states my Queen’s favorite song. Birds and animals teach humanity the greatest lessons of kindness, love, loyalty, and gratefulness for what is already possessed. These topics are forgotten in today’s materialistic love world. 

Even so, there still are people who appreciate nature’s hugs. 

They’re also warming as those, given by humans, but for the soul. The universe’s positive energy should be felt and shared with everyone despite their kind.

In the last few months, I had a big transformation of my thinking and action ways for the better.  That happened thanks to my nature walks, because the serenity lies in the relaxing atmosphere. Only there I could think calmly about everything.

Right said, I don’t like staying in the big cities.  They’re expensive, cold, fast, ungrateful, and assassinating. Their life’s speed is without giving a dime if someone is alive or not. I saw a few dying people at bus stations, government institutions, or in taxis. Nobody cared if they were dead or alive. The living people look like zombies and are heartless when it comes to living in a big and materialistic town. If I can find a way to pay my bills remotely, I move to a village, for sure.

However, in nature, I can enjoy life’s simple joys. Going there helps me to focus better.


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