Rosie reflects on the wonders of nature

Rosie Morrison.
Rosie Morrison.

Want to read more?

We value our content and access to our full site is only available on subscription. Your subscription entitles you to 7-day-a-week access to our website, plus a full digital copy of that week’s paper to read on your pc/mac or mobile device In addition your subscription includes access to digital archive copies from 2006 onwards.

Already a subscriber?


Problems logging in and require
technical support? Click here
Subscribe Now

A Campbeltown woman with a penchant for poetry has shared her latest piece with the Courier.

Rosie Morrison hopes her verse about the wonders of natures may bring ‘a wee bit of peace or joy to people, especially those who are grieving or alone’.

The wonders of nature

I feel a gentle breeze on my face along with the heat from the sun, it feels like a warm comforting hug, familiar and safe.

I hear horses galloping in the field, hoofs crashing to the ground like a small seismic shift from the earth’s core.

Zooming across the field, making their glorious sounds like an orchestra’s symphony that fills my soul with a mysterious magical connection of pure wonderment.

I see and smell flowers, standing tall in the soil like little rainbows, bursting with vibrant colours swaying in the breeze with such natural beauty and gracefulness.

Bees are buzzing their humming sounds is like a dozen kazoos played by a group of excited children in the playground.

Looking up to the sky, the clouds are so fluffy and white like candy floss that you can’t wait to bite into its sweet sugary taste.

Nature has many wonderful sights, sounds and scents. We just have to be still and quiet to enjoy all of its natural beauty and magnificence.