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Monday, November 29, 2010


My abstraction by nature finds an expression through poetry. When I learned the true meaning of ecstasy, I discovered an aspect of my sense of wonder, before unexplored.
In Echoes of nature, I attempt to establish that the man violates it, hits it, hurts it, and yet its ability to remake is superior to our capacity for destruction.
Most likely one day everybody will disappear from the face of the earth, and I am sure she will find a way to create a new life, and its echoes will be like the beat of a heart that never stops.


I like to listen to the echoes of the nature.
In silence, they are present everywhere
like wanting always remember us
they are there, perennial, intransmutables.

They seem waves of a sea that never stops.
They oscillate pendular and they attract my lost glance.
They do not cry, they do not moan, they only are there,
remembering to me that they are echoes of a past.

They are voices of the nature, that announce
Its presence for not to forget,
that the humans, we are of step,
and they, will be always in the dawn.

Debrah Riddleton


  1. Lovely, wise poem Debrah. I like the little Mayfly photo, too. I'm glad you enjoyed visiting my blog. Come back anytime. :-)



  2. Dear Marion: Thank you for your visit. I think we're on the same side, loving the litaratura, but even more committed to humanity and its social and natural environment.

  3. Very gentle Debrah:
    This is one of the most beautiful poems you have written. Your growth as a poet is impressive. Warm greetings.

  4. Tis is a master pice of potry. Deep, sweet ant very well structured.
    Blessings to you!

  5. Debrah, how talented you are with your photography and poetry!!! I have found a kindred spirit who inhales nature like I do. Thank you sooooo much for inviting me to your blog. I hope to see more of your beautiful posts.

    Blessings, Nancy

  6. Dear Nancy:
    I appreciate your very kind words. Help me to continue working with passion.

  7. Debrah,
    First I'd like to appologize for taking so long to visit your wonderful writing!
    I have been on holiday.
    I really enjoyed the respect and concern within the words of Echoes Of The Nature.
    I have added your blog to my list.
    Thank you for your kind comments left at my poetry blog.
    Best wishes, Eileen

  8. Dear Eileen:
    Your words show that you are a lady. Being kind is a quality, but be sweet and sensitive, it makes a great gift holder, so I admire you. Infinite thank your visit. You have in me a passionate fan of poetry.
    Warm greetings:

  9. Really awesome words. I love nature and this kind of poetry.

  10. Tom:
    I am so glad you like the nature too.
    Thank you:

  11. I read something the other day...a Poem about someone listening to the Moon and last night, I too listened to the Moon and found she spoke beautiful words. I am thinking, your words beautiful too.

  12. Dear SarahA:
    Always so poetic your writing style. You know very well I admire you, and your words proud me so much.
    Thanks for your gentle comment: