This paper attempts to reconstruct the distinctive features of “nature writing” in the “superpower” discourse in Meng Tzu. That is, it tries to illustrate nature’s implications manifested in the inquiry into the root (origin) of the philosophical reflection in Meng Tzu. The key lies in the concept of “sacrificing life for righteousness” intimated in Meng Tzu, a concept that in actuality affirms that human inherently possesses a “superpower” and that “superpower” is “not outside of (acquired by) me, but within (born with) me.” Therefore, a certain extent of nature’s implications is herein contained. This concept made clear in Meng Tzu can be taken as a profound “alternative nature writing”; it opens a new vision to “nature writing” as well as enlarges the extent of the taxonomy of “nature writing.” Viewed from the perspective of modern American nature writers’ various manifestations of nature, we see human has experienced profound revelations from nature, moved and touched by the natural power of life. Such escalation of the nature’s quality manifested in “nature writing” can, in turn, be taken as a proof or an illustration of nature’s implications of the “superpower” discourse in Meng Tzu. This paper explores the possible correlations that may exist between “nature writing” and the “superpower” in Meng Tzu through cross-references, literature analysis, creative thinking and concept reconstruction. The theoretical reconstruction of the thought of Meng Tzu, the enlargement of the academic framework of “nature writing”, and the application of the correlations between these two fields may thus be achieved.