NATURE POEMS

Nature is what we see
668

“Nature” is what we see-
The Hill-the Afternoon-
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Emily Dickinson
Nature Is What We Seeâ??
"Nature" is what we seeâ??
The Hillâ??the Afternoonâ??
Squirrelâ??Eclipseâ??the Bumble beeâ??
Nayâ??Nature is Heavenâ??
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Emily Dickinson
"Nature" Is What We See
668

"Nature" is what we see—
The Hill—the Afternoon—
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Emily Dickinson
Upon Man
Man is composed here of a twofold part;
The first of nature, and the next of art;
Art presupposes nature; nature, she
Prepares the way for man's docility.
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Robert Herrick
Nature can do no more
1673

Nature can do no more
She has fulfilled her Dyes
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Emily Dickinson
I thought that nature was enough
1286

I thought that nature was enough
Till Human nature came
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Emily Dickinson
Nature assigns the Sun—
1336

Nature assigns the Sun-
That-is Astronomy-
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Emily Dickinson
Phoenix Lyrics
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If nature is life, nature is death:
It is winter as it is spring:
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Delmore Schwartz
Nature's The Same As Rome, Was Reflected In It
Nature's the same as Rome, was reflected in it.
We see images of its civic might
In the clear air, as in the sky-blue circus,
In the forum of fields, the colonnade of the grove.
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Osip Emilevich Mandelstam
Garland for Queens, may be
34

Garland for Queens, may be-
Laurels-for rare degree
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Emily Dickinson
Study Nature
I do.
Victim.
Sales
Met
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Gertrude Stein
I Have Enchanted All Of Nature
I have enchanted all of Nature
And forged each moment's quality.
And what a horrifying freedom
I found in such a sorcery!
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Fyodor Sologub
Of Nature I shall have enough
1220

Of Nature I shall have enough
When I have entered these
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Emily Dickinson
On Himself
I STROVE with none, for none was worth my strife;
Nature I lovâ??d, and next to Nature, Art;
I warmâ??d both hands before the fire of life;
It sinks, and I am ready to depart.
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Walter Savage Landor
Alone In The Woods
Alone in the woods I felt
The bitter hostility of the sky and the trees
Nature has taught her creatures to hate
Man that fusses and fumes
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Stevie Smith
Finis
I strove with none, for none was worth my strife.
Nature I loved and, next to Nature, Art:
I warm'd both hands before the fire of life;
It sinks, and I am ready to depart.
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Walter Savage Landor
Nature’s Child
I love to tread the solitudes,
The forests and the trackless woods,
Where nature, undisturbed by man,
Pursues her voluntary plan.
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Alfred Castner King
On His Seventy-Fifth Birthday
I strove with none; for none was worth my strife;
Nature I loved, and next to Nature, Art;
I warmed both hands before the fire of life;
It sinks, and I am ready to depart.
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Walter Savage Landor
Dying Speech Of An Old Philosopher
I strove with none, for none was worth my strife:
Nature I loved, and, next to Nature, Art:
I warm'd both hands before the fire of Life;
It sinks; and I am ready to depart.
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Walter Savage Landor
Exalt thy nature
Oh How much more of light makes man's eyes see,
Thy mother nature harmed by just thy selves
Auld ocean once was clean, messed up by thee
The trees decreased to make sofas and shelves
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Brigette Pace

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