Nature thrives while mankind’s away

I hear the sweet bird song

And I catch a waft of the flowers,

Nature in full bloom as I walk for hours,

A clear blue sky no chem trails to be seen

And die to this lockdown nature is now thriving,

And the bluebells carpet the forest floor

Snow drops thrive, which I adore,

And crocuses and daffodils are blooming everywhere

And it’s amazing how beautiful is when man’s not been there,

And there’s abundance of insects abound

Rabbits and squirrels are running around,

It’s as if they are all making the most of this

Our environment thrives and mankind is not missed,

The air is cleaner for no planes or cars

You can see the benefit both near and far,

As the ecological balanced is being restored

But mankind is chomping at the bit to go back outdoors,

Will lessons be learnt, or will we go back to destroying it as we have before?

I can only hope and dream that we see people appreciate nature more and more

And stop the destruction by the corporate vandals by enforcing new laws,

To protect this treasure that I see around me on this beautiful new dawn.

Published by fauxcroft

spiritually aware and compassionate. Experiencing being human through my conscious reality in an illusory world.

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