Blue Blanket

December 26, 2008
By Bukkyhooked BRONZE, Clarksville, Tennessee
Bukkyhooked BRONZE, Clarksville, Tennessee
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Favorite Quote:
'Art can never be a contest, because its impossible to out express someone

Seeping streams of sultry light
the radient godess glows throughout the sight
filliing fluffy indigo blankets
and peaking at arches of cascading branches
it swings the wind about at glances
humming a moan of second chances
always a new day
always a brighter way
never taking a stance on certain decay
sounding sublte shushes
the grasses wave in disagreement
oh they quiver in certainty
at the the leaves that die every month on trees
watching the wiliting willlows
drown in clogs of dirt pillows
willingly reminding all
of certain downfall
the sky billows a dark brow
over the opposing forces now
quieting an animosity
and silenting all atrocities
lulling love lullabies
and kissing away the ruby skies
it allows the day to end
and closes the book of earthmen

The author's comments:
it was right after a rainy day and the sun was just blossoming out and inspired me

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This article has 2 comments.

batiste said...
on Jan. 8 2009 at 5:29 pm
I thought the poem was lovely it was deep. i had to read it twice, i love the spoken word. I read it out load and it moved me. Keep up the good work I can see a book coming from this

Ben said...
on Jan. 7 2009 at 9:24 pm
it's like if one was to look down upon nature and seeing how they relate and communicate to each other: the grass becoming afraid of death after seeing the leaves fall. I love how you proclaim the elements of nature as the real earthmen. Truly a beautiful poem.


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