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Blue Screen
by Ayatullah Nurjati

TV screen or monitor is not a webcam
TV transmitter is definitely not BTS--Microwave is not a gadget Signal Transmitter
The pure blue color clearly differs from the colors with its moving appearance
Even though it is Blue in color and constantly swaying it still displays its original form

Tv always never complains even though he knows that he has been controlled by a power beyond his ability, he always does
It's like a monitor that always follows what the CPU instructs through the processor
They are powerless to refuse what is beyond their command
Even so, he remains committed to his nature to build civilization

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A Boy Who Loved Blue
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

He lived on a beautiful, rural farm, back in fond, good old days of yore,
With his parents and two brothers; like sun's going in and out the door.

He had always adored the color blue, so he had been nicknamed that.
At eight years old, he was youngest; and as frolicsome as an acrobat!

Blue did daily chores on the farm, like diligent nature's green chores;
From dyeing skies various hues, to sweeping petals off emerald floors.

Though fond of fanciful daydreaming, Blue yet found the time for fun,

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A Sonnet 09:  Conversation In The Moon
by Ayatullah Nurjati

It would be better if I met you in the clouds
In that place I can be longing you in the clouds penetrated by the brilliant orange sky
In the lack of oxygen, I can see that your face is blushing there; your beauty never fades even in black clouds
Everything in you is clear and there is no hypocrisy even though it changes from orange to blue sky

Your personality is there
The further fly into space the more I love you
Your name is also imprinted in the earth's atmosphere
While my name is clearly written on your white dress, the clearer up there I love you


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Infinity
by Michael R. Burch

These are poems about relationships, including poems about mothers and their children, and poems for mothers and their children: i.e., the closest relationships of all. Also, poems about children and poems for children.

Infinity
by Michael R. Burch

Have you tasted the bitterness of tears of despair?
Have you watched the sun sink through such pale, balmless air
that your soul sought its shell like a crab on a beach,
then scuttled inside to be safe, out of reach?


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Firs Sun Kissed
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

deep snows have fallen
and the firs are weighted down ~
beneath blue sky sun

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A Boy Who Loved Blue
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

He lived on a beautiful, rural farm, back in fond, good old days of yore,
With his parents and two brothers; like sun's going in and out the door.

He had always adored the color blue, so he had been nicknamed that.
At eight years old, he was youngest; and as frolicsome as an acrobat!

Blue did daily chores on the farm, like diligent nature's green chores;
From dyeing skies various hues, to sweeping petals off emerald floors.

Though fond of fanciful daydreaming, Blue yet found the time for fun,

......

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Infinity
by Michael R. Burch

These are poems about relationships, including poems about mothers and their children, and poems for mothers and their children: i.e., the closest relationships of all. Also, poems about children and poems for children.

Infinity
by Michael R. Burch

Have you tasted the bitterness of tears of despair?
Have you watched the sun sink through such pale, balmless air
that your soul sought its shell like a crab on a beach,
then scuttled inside to be safe, out of reach?


......

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Butterfly Blue
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

butterfly in blue
wafting skies we always knew
in orange-gold sun

redbirds sing farewell
a warm hour of green flowers
when still wind listens

to meadows and woods
minty lanes where beauty hides

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A Sonnet 09:  Conversation In The Moon
by Ayatullah Nurjati

It would be better if I met you in the clouds
In that place I can be longing you in the clouds penetrated by the brilliant orange sky
In the lack of oxygen, I can see that your face is blushing there; your beauty never fades even in black clouds
Everything in you is clear and there is no hypocrisy even though it changes from orange to blue sky

Your personality is there
The further fly into space the more I love you
Your name is also imprinted in the earth's atmosphere
While my name is clearly written on your white dress, the clearer up there I love you


......

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A Blue-Green World
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

green and blue are best
for ages put to the test
berry sky, jade leaves

knee deep sage grasses
waving like sapphire oceans
and wandering wind

matter-of-fact pretty
in saffron everyday hours

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