When I sleep,
I think of when I will grow up.
Will I be something in life?
Or will I be a “nothing” on the street?
I think of myself as a tree,
Small now, but as it grows up,
Will it be big and green?
Or old, with no leaves?
But as I wake up,
Time has passed, and now I am old,
Like the old, dry tree with no leaves.
|1||Beauty Of Nature, by apple joy ramos|
|2||History Of Nature, by Aprajita Rana|
|3||The Note Of Nature, by Theodore Harding Rand|
|4||Flowers N Nature, by raj ranjan|
|5||Conserve Energy... Conserve Nature, by Sibi Ranza|
|6||Bundled Nature, by Gunde Narsing Rao|
|7||Nature, by Zainab rasool|
|8||Nature - Our Mother, by Avisek Rath|
|9||Nature, by Tanvi Rattan|
|10||Nature Vs Africa, America, Australia And Eurasia, by Jordan Rattle|
|11||Facing Ones Nature, by Mary Ratu|
|12||Nature Returns, by Yvonne Rautenbach|
|13||Mother Nature, by mary raybon|
|14||Nature, by Hassan Raza|
|15||Nature, by Mary Joy Razon|
|16||Human Nature, by Reduce, Reuse, Recycle|
|17||Nature Is The Destiny Maker: Boo, Boo, Cried Bobby - A Barmy Head!, by Harindhar Reddy|
|18||Ode To Nature, by andrew reeves|
|19||My Love Affair With Nature, by Kathleen Reguindin|
|20||Nature And The Heart, by Gordon Smith|