National Wildlife Week Acrostic Meets Couplet

In acrostic, couplet on April 9, 2011 at 4:03 pm

ature celebration for one week,


ctive participation to seek.


reasures in the wild can be seen,

volvement with a pursuing glean.

bservation of the Lords’ nature,


ature is Gods sweet creation so pure.

ction to share this great holiday,

uring others to join by your sway.




ildlife walks in your local park,


nstill those views like a glowing spark.


ife is seen from the birds in the sky,


rifting with wings to watch as they fly.

inger through paths on a nature  hike,

nspiration will most surely spike.

rolic outdoors and take a photo,

ncourage friends and those you don’t know.



rite what you see on paper or blog,

xtend this with journaling a log.

xperience this week intensely,

indle your souls with this jubilee.


National Wildlife Week Begins April 10th,2011

Many special thanks to Philip Martin for the clip art to use for free for teaching purposes as I am doing on this blog post to encourage others about this week and to enjoy it outdoor respecting Gods nature and viewing what he made.

This post is dedicated to someone I care about very much even though he angers me, I thought the pictures would be something he would like.

You can use his art as long as it is teaching purposes and not commercial use or making money which this post is not making any money.

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