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A Noonday Pause
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

An apple blossom respite, among the wild springtime blooms,
Silence in hot sunshine golden, a pause in the familiar tunes,
Muted, pretty purple martins, in the season of endless green,
Indulge in a quiet spell, where teal sky and treetops convene.

Pretty blooms pause on runways, in the lazy style of summer,
Red butterflies erratically fly, to beats of a different drummer,
Lethargy now has precious time, caught within its silken grip,
Like silver moon and twinkling stars, in the endless courtship.

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Insomnia
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

The moon is restless
roaming in and out of clouds-
Intermittent stars
Motions above and below
through eternal sleepless night

Shunning saffron days
night owls and fireflies revel
to nightingale's song
Wide awake blooms gaze at moon-

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Seven Up
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Gold dawn came early
Seven bluebirds on rouge skies
rising up in song
Discovery awaited
on lavender streets up high

Cool breezes were caught
on a 7am flight
Green trees fell away
Sunup had soon turned orange

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Mimosa Spring
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

scents
wander
near and far
on a kind breeze
yellow mimosa trees home to bluebirds
arresting senses make their presence known
at red sunset
day to day
beauty
hours

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The Blue-bird
by Alexander Wilson

WHEN winter's cold tempests and snows are no more,
Green meadows and brown-furrowed fields reappearing,
The fishermen hauling their shad to the shore,
And cloud-cleaving geese to the Lakes are a-steering;
When first the lone butterfly flits on the wing;
When red glow the maples, so fresh and so pleasing,
Oh then comes the blue-bird, the herald of spring!
And hails with his warblings the charms of the season.

Then loud-piping frogs make the marshes to ring;

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Recent Birds Poems
A Noonday Pause
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

An apple blossom respite, among the wild springtime blooms,
Silence in hot sunshine golden, a pause in the familiar tunes,
Muted, pretty purple martins, in the season of endless green,
Indulge in a quiet spell, where teal sky and treetops convene.

Pretty blooms pause on runways, in the lazy style of summer,
Red butterflies erratically fly, to beats of a different drummer,
Lethargy now has precious time, caught within its silken grip,
Like silver moon and twinkling stars, in the endless courtship.

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Seven Up
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Gold dawn came early
Seven bluebirds on rouge skies
rising up in song
Discovery awaited
on lavender streets up high

Cool breezes were caught
on a 7am flight
Green trees fell away
Sunup had soon turned orange

......

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Insomnia
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

The moon is restless
roaming in and out of clouds-
Intermittent stars
Motions above and below
through eternal sleepless night

Shunning saffron days
night owls and fireflies revel
to nightingale's song
Wide awake blooms gaze at moon-

......

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A Hilltop Frolic
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

picnic on a hill
swept by summer's breeze
birds float by with ease
joy among the blooms
old fashioned perfumes

green everywhere
gold in our hair
soft bluebell skies
and whim's surprise

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A Red Uprising
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

a wealth of rubies
cardinals among berries
red hibiscus bloom

crimson sun sinking
leaving vivid trails of fire
on scarlet roses

dragonflies emerge
going everywhere, silent

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