Friday, April 8, 2016

Nature’s Symphony--By Gerald Heyder--United States

Nature’s Symphony

Isn’t it wonderful
yes, truly grand
orchestral music
or that of a band,
how about a symphony
from nature’s bandstand?
A melody through a breeze
conducting leaves
on many trees to please
the airwaves as they
soothingly tease our ears
to hear a masterpiece,
a lullaby to make us
sigh from the greatest
composer in the sky,
you know who I mean.
Listen to nature’s symphony
for there is none better
to unfetter our souls.

Gerald Heyder is a published poet from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


  1. It is amazing what one can hear if they truly listen both in nature in the sounds of mankind..Awesome work..Sara Kendrick

  2. I really enjoyed this one. The breeze conducting the leaves is a memorable line.
    Thanks for sharing this lovely poem. SuZ

  3. We know who you mean, yes, and your sound in the poem is very effective. Thank you!

  4. Dear Friends,

    Thank you for your lovely thoughts on Gerald's poem. I will send them to him. Gerald, it is always a pleasure to share your poetry at Whispers. Thank you for your support and encouragement.