69 Quotes About Nature

Be inspired by these quotes about nature, for they are gentle reminders of the extraordinary world that surrounds us. In our daily lives we often overlook the wonder of nature. The beauty is there just waiting for us to stop and see it.

The miracle lies in the simplest of things – the delicate unfurling of a flower's petals, the symphony of birdsong at dawn, the rhythmic dance of leaves in the breeze. Nature's artistry is ever-present, and it's amazing how our surroundings can be so captivating if we just pause and truly look. You may also be inspired by these nature poems

Quotes    /    Quotes about Nature

  1. A garden can be a place of peace for me watching nature and flowers be Catherine Pulsifer, A Garden Can Be
    Garden Poems

  2. I'm nowhere lost and everywhere I am at home, my God is nature, my church is the immense blue dome, Alfred Bem, My Creed
    Christian Poems

  3. Find peace ...by a quiet walk through nature's forests, or a peaceful time spent fishing at an undisturbed stream, or a vigorous hike upon trails through hillsides or mountain peaks.
  4. Find peace ...by a quiet walk through nature's forests, or a peaceful time spent fishing at an undisturbed stream, or a vigorous hike upon trails through hillsides or mountain peaks. Catherine Pulsifer
    Poems of Encouragement

  5. So let laughter heal, embrace it tight, it's nature's remedy, brings pure delight. Catherine Pulsifer, An Amusing Sight
    Funny Poems

  6. Giant oak trees... have deep root systems that can extend two-and-one-half times their height. Such trees rarely are blown down regardless of how violent the storms may be. Joseph B. Wirthlin
    The Oak Tree Poem

  7. April showers bring flowers to bloom, nature's revival, dispelling gloom. Catherine Pulsifer, Each Month
    Month Poems

  8. Winter is nature's way of showing us that even in the coldest and harshest of times, there is still beauty to be found. Author Unknown
    Winter Poems

  9. Leaves fall gently, painting the ground, in hues of amber, red, and brown. Nature sheds its vibrant attire, preparing for a season to inspire. Catherine Pulsifer, A Time Of Transition
    November Poems

  10. And summer comes with verdant June; the flowers then are in full bloom, all nature smiles, the fields look gay; the weather's fine to make the hay. Unknown, The Seasons
    Poems About The Seasons

  11. Away from Life's troubled pathway, through the valley and up the hill....There I see God's love all about me In the wonderful things He has made Edgar Nye, The Silence

  12. The autumn leaves are falling; and over many a gorgeous Nature-painted scene, October's gold and amber stream.
  13. The autumn leaves are falling; and over many a gorgeous Nature-painted scene, October's gold and amber stream. Lillian E. Curtis, October
    October Poems

  14. And as we bid farewell to winter's cold, nature's canvas is painted with hues bold. Catherine Pulsifer, March Arrives
    March Poems

  15. The most spectacular colors are seen in nature, especially in the spring when everything has been black and white through the winter, to see that first flower popping up it is amazing Catherine Pulsifer
    Poems About Colors

  16. Nature awakens in its full pride. With hope each year, we welcome spring and all good things that it brings. Catherine Pulsifer
    Famous Nature Poems

  17. All nature grows in plentitude of life, and breathes deep with the bounties of good cheer. H. A. Laveley, October
    Poems About Life

  18. Nature, this Christmastide, has decked a tree. It stands upon a hill, lit by the sun.. . . The season's loveliest tree stands on the hill. Sudie Stuart Hager, Christmas Tree
    Christmas Tree Poems

  19. Water belongs to us all. Nature did not make the sun one person’s property, nor air, nor water, cool and clear. Michael Simpson
    Poems About Water

  20. I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in. George Washington Carver
    God's Garden Poem

  21. June days stretch long and warm, nature starts to blooms in brilliant form. Catherine Pulsifer, June Days
    Summer Poems

  22. Spring - Is this a time to be gloomy and sad, when our mother Nature laughs around Unknown, Just A Mention Of The Seasons
    Spring Poems

  23. Joy is found in common things that each passing season brings
  24. Joy is found in common things that each passing season brings Unknown, Common Things

  25. Step outside and embrace the chill, nature's snowy white playground, it will reveal!
    Catherine Pulsifer, Step Outside
    February Poems

  26. Oh, the contrast of seasons...the vibrant summers and winters that set my soul free. Each revealing a new chapter in nature's grand tale, excitement fills the air as they harmoniously prevail. Catherine Pulsifer, Summer and Winter Winds
    Poems About The Wind

  27. Excitement dances in the crisp autumn air, as landscapes transform with nature's loving care. In every rustle and whispering breeze, September enchants, fills our hearts with ease. Catherine Pulsifer, Splendid Change
    September Poems

  28. Observing the seasons can inspire patience, telling the age-old story of miraculous death and rebirth. The display combines a man-made, conventional way of telling time with that of nature's counterpart. Anna Potterm
    Quotes About The Seasons

  29. Nature didn't need an operation to be beautiful. It just was. Scott Westerfeld
    Poems About Beauty

  30. The Moon is faithful to its nature, and its power is never diminished. Deng Ming-Dao
    Poems About The Moon

  31. Yellow leaves are falling covering the ground in gold, through the forest I'm strolling watching a circle that the nature has just made Zivan Vujcic, Autumn
    Autumn Poems

  32. Nature's literature is written in mountain-ranges along the sky, rising to heaven in triumphant songs in long ridge and dome and clustering peak. John Muir
    Poems About The Sky

  33. You scurried through the morning, you rushed throughout the day,....and in your haste and progress, achievement came your way, but joys of love and nature passed you by. Greta Zwaan, Time Belongs To Good
    Poems About God's Timing

  34. All nature sovereign beauty now assumes; as nuggets fair the' gold-tinged pebble fills the splashing brooklets and the shining rills; and how the grandeur of the sun now thrills O. L. Linn, Sunset
    Poems About Sunset

  35. With grains of plenty and fruits so sweet, we gather bounties at our feet. For nature's grace, let us rejoice, and cherish this abundant choice. Catherine Pulsifer, Thankful Hearts
    Harvest Poems

  36. Nature's canvas painted anew, as autumn's spirit steals its cue. With carved smiles that light the dark, October's pumpkins leave their mark. Catherine Pulsifer, October Pumpkins
    Pumpkin Poems

  37. A branch of yellow autumn leaves, so steeped in sunshine through and through they seemed like stuff that Nature weaves when all her homespun work she spurns Elizabeth W. Denison, The Law Of Life
    Poems About Leaves

  38. Enjoy the beauty of a sunset, nature’s farewell kiss for the night. Sharon Rene
    Sunset Quotes

  39. Whoever plows 'and tills the soil. And plants the seed with earnest toil; who waits on nature to reward, he lives in hope and trusts in God. Bernhart Paul Holst, Hope And Trust
    Trust In God Poems

  40. I believe in the beauty of nature, of art, of books, and of friendship.
  41. I believe in the beauty of nature, of art, of books, and of friendship. Ozora Davis, Mom Believes

  42. Free, and untainted by the greed of gain: great Nature's man content with Nature's food. Charles Mair, There Was A Time
    Poems About Earth Day

  43. Take in more sunrises, to stop and notice nature and your surroundings, and be thankful for the new day that has been given to you! Catherine Pulsifer
    Sunrise Poems

  44. A peace serene and holy all Nature's being fills, breathes from the fragrant lilies. Unknown, God's Smile
    Poems About Peace

  45. And I love each season’s change, the river, the brook of purling grace, the valley, the mountain range. J. W. Hammond, The Optimist

  46. A brother is a friend given by nature. Ernest Legouvé

  47. Nature sings to me forever, earnest listener I! Charles Mackay, Riches And Power
    Poems About Change

  48. I saw the sweetest flower wild nature yields, a fresh-blown musk-rose, 'twas the first that threw its sweets upon the summer Keats, To A Friend Who Sent Me Some Roses
    Rose Poems

  49. Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature. Gerard De Nerval
    Flower Poem

  50. With Nature round so beautiful and bright, lift up thy soul in gratitude, and share the pure delight. Daniel C. Colesworthy, This World

  51. And I'll trade my care for the meadows fair and the drowsy croon of bee, while I hold as mine the bliss divine a dream has brought to me. Nixon Waterman, A Dream At The Desk

  52. Waters that wash my garden-side play not in Nature's lawful web Ralph Waldo Emerson

  53. November, when nature sheds its vibrant attire, reveals its raw and authentic beauty. It's a time to witness the quiet strength and resilience that lies within the embrace of the natural world. Author Unknown
    November Quotes

  54. In December's embrace, we behold the splendor of nature's artistry, where each snowflake is a masterpiece unto itself. Author Unknown
    December Quotes

  55. From frosty mornings to blooming flowers, the world around us gently turns. Seasons change with nature's powers Catherine Pulsifer, Transitions
    Poems About the Change of Seasons

  56. Pumpkins are nature's way of reminding us that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. Author Unknown
    Pumpkin Quotes

  57. July is a month of rejuvenation, where nature blooms and so do our spirits. Author Unknown
    July Quotes

  58. The harvest is a gentle reminder that nature's rhythms mirror our own journey of growth and renewal. Catherine Puslifer
    Harvest Quotes

  59. Nature’s first green is gold, her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf’s a flower Robert Frost, Nothing Gold Can Stay
    Flower Quotes

  60. When glory gilds the eastern sky, and Nature lifts her voice on high. Why should not man, with grateful heart, join in and take a noble part? John Imrie

  61. Grass is the forgiveness of nature - her constant benediction. Brian Ingalls
    Poems about Grass and Lawns

  62. All these songs of nature, rhythmical, passionate, yearning, coming in music from earth, but not unto earth returning. Henry VanDyke, Mother Earth

  63. The lark announces morning hours, around my door the roses climb. And Nature lures me to her bowers - I thank the Lord that I have time. Douglas Malloch

  64. I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order. John Burroughs
    Poems About Health

  65. Clouds are the most egalitarian of nature's displays, since each one of us has a good view of them, so it really doesn't matter where you are. Gavin Pretor-Pinney
    Quotes About Clouds

  66. April, a symphony of nature's melodies, playing in harmony. Sam R. V. Gould
    April Quotes

  67. March, a time when nature awakens from its wintry slumber, teaches us the profound lesson of resilience. Just as the buds courageously burst forth, let us embrace the challenges of life, knowing that within us lies the power to bloom. Amber R. Treeman
    March Quotes

  68. Blessed is the man that loveth Nature, for he shall never be lonely! William Steward Gordon, The Psalm Of The Woodsman
    Short Inspirational Quotes

  69. Nature never rushes, yet everything gets done. Lao Tzu

  70. Butterflies add a magical awe to nature Catherine Pulsifer
    Butterfly Poems

  71. Nature sets up her easels wherever you chance to stray directing your glance to a sunset, or flowers growing wild by the way. Patience Strong, The Artist

  72. The glory of Nature is divinely grand, and humbles the spirit with its astounding hand. Catherine Pulsifer, Stories To Tell

  73. Think how To-day is blest! We've eyes to see Nature in Beauty drest for you, for me. Wilhelmina Stitch

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Remember, never take nature for granted. Nature offers peace and inspiration. Appreciate each sunrise, each starry night, and every moment in between. In nature appreciate the tranquility of a forest, the vastness of an ocean, and the grandeur of a mountain. Nature can leave us in awe, we just have to stop and see it.

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