Water Poems: 6/12
Nature, Water

Diamond Waterfall

© Samantha-lauren chislett

This poem describes a glistening waterfall from my experience

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I lay gazing up at the glistening crystals,
Delicately dropping down from the jagged rocks.
I lay wondering about the twinkles in the moonlit sky.
Leaving the reflection standing, holding it’s shine,
Lighting up the pebbles below.

I lay listening to the tinkle each time the diamond droplet of water fell,
The tinkle of the droplet was so soft and soothing.
I let out a sigh in awe.

I lay taking in the waterfall’s natural beauty
Shimmering against the crystal clear sky,
The scenery was breathtaking and wonderful.

As the tiny blue sapphires hit the sharp rocks below
They smashed into tiny pieces of glass.
Flying over the silky smooth rocks in a fountain like shape.

At the bottom of the crystal fall,
The white fluffy froth glitters and sparkles
Like angel dust at Christmas.

The moon’s reflection is in the pool,
Round, smooth and shiny like a diamond
from my mother’s necklace.

By Samantha-Lauren Chislett Ebbw Vale Gwent
Aged 15

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