Walk With Me

Call on the soul,
To ensure mortality,
Call on the mind,
To form rationality,
Call on the heart,
To tear up all reason,
Call on life itself,
To begin a new season.

Look to the skies,
And fill up the lungs,
Look beyond to the heavens,
To feel forever young,
Look to the oceans,
For a wave of inspiration,
Look to the hills,
For quiet isolation.

When the soul is destroyed,
And the mind is confused,
The heart keeps on pumping,
With reasons and views.
Life carries on,
Breathing and growing,
Seasons come and go,
Without even knowing.

The skies full of blue,
In the glistening sun,
The heavens are open,
For all and everyone,
The oceans so vast,
And as deep as the soul,
The hills lift me up,
And make me feel whole.

And the soul that was lost,
And the mind so confused,
Are restored by the sounds,
And the sights that are viewed.
To breathe in the air,
And walk through the glens,
Keeps a focus on life,
And the heart it is cleansed.


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4 Responses to Walk With Me

  1. slpmartin says:

    There is something about a walk in nature that renews the soul and provides a new perspective on what we thought was important…enjoyed the poem.

  2. That is one of the most beautiful nature poems I’ve read in a long time! You’ve got wonderful imagery throughout and it’s filled with wisdom.Great flow and rhyme. I enjoyed this walk with nature. Very well written 🙂

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