Blooms Poems

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Color Echoes
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

cream rose white daisy
blue jay on a cobalt sky
heart stopping sunset

frog on lily pad
diamonds on a starry night
gold butterfly sun

tree bark gingerbread
apricots and honey dawn


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Prayers Answered
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

a rainbow appeared
marking the long drought's ending
song from the treetops

awakening blooms
in heart arresting colors
summer's turning gold

greenest gratitude
rising again from our knees


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Down in the Summer
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Pink throated hummers
deep in the colorful blooms
thrum the only tune

cornflower blue skies
hummingbirds in plums and reds
whipped cream clouds adrift

the scents of sunshine
follow the day everywhere


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by Evelyn Judy Buehler

On a blooming boulevard of beautiful palm trees,
Fragrances and fronds fluttered in fresh breeze,
Sunset parakeets perched in a purple twilit town,
Hushed moonlight mellowed after the meltdown.

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Fresh Night
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

while full blooms quiver
cool waves are pounding the rocks
stars are in her eyes

backwards and forwards
the wind wanders everywhere
bringing far off scents

small splashy puddles
remnants of a rainy noon


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Recent Blooms Poems
In the Arms of Summer
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

hot days unlikely
as colored leaves fall pretty
indian summer

though glimpsing the fall
late summer's still at the gate
love songs in the trees

beautiful encore
a rich hued, bloom revival


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A Burgundy Sign
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Fruits of a long day
black cherries in sundown skies
Then deep purple night
We've long loved the sun
but now greet dusky shadows

The platinum moon
sends rich luster from afar
in the wild rose phase
The birds have not sung lately


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Pretty Rich
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

sun on autumn leaves
struck it rich with gold on gold
hued blossoms shiver

chill winds wandering
with varicolored birds, far
time's slow surrender

on saying goodbye
nature leaves hued memories


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Golden Days
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Purple blooms, lost in amber noontime luster,
Fragrantly crowding, in richest beauty cluster.
Sunshine gold seems to shimmer just for her,
As red butterflies wander, with many a flutter!

Awash in garnets, green trees of summertime,
And golden sapphires, warm roses on a vine,
Sparkle all the memorable days, citrine shine,
And flashing colors, of a diamond sun divine!

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August Deep
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Gold bounces off sidewalks, and there's color on the trees,
Emerald hills are grassy and there's warmth in the breeze,
Red robin plays, and the blue jays have been flying all day,
While dragonflies frequent the pond in glad jeweled display!

Soon marmalade sun sits on a hill, honeybees are buzzing,
And romantic lovers in the park, ever so often are hugging,
The huge moon rises full, completely framed by green lace,
And blooms are August deep, in the late summer's embrace!

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