Morning Poems

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A Multiverse
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Dewdrops in lush grass, liquid sunshine,
Iridescent shimmers, mountain to valley,
Reflecting the velvety emerald of spring,
From innumerable different fresh angles.
Quicksilver on the purple morning petals,
Or on blooms crimson, cream or apricot.
The glister has come, proclaiming softly,
Tiny universes that were somehow forgot!

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Autumn So Refreshing
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Autumn recites poetry to the manless meadow,
Morning dew glistens and the sun is mellow.
I enjoy a cool walk in morning's freshness,
Yet memories of lost summer linger precious.

Beside tall trees the grass is turning brown,
Birds sing as colored leaves are coming down.
I see a scarecrow, in the breeze fluttering,
And the faded dying blooms without numbering!


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Childish Rose
by Lana T.

Before today,
The warmest voice gave.
This peal crescent adored you,
Shared the light through your name.

Before I woke,
A few times ago,
My frame had flight,
Moments had soul.


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These Dazzling Days
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Pretty birds fly in morning magnificence,
White sand dunes are spotted with greenery,
Underneath topaz skies and nomadic clouds.
A line of emerald trees sway in the distance.
In the stillness, there's a reverent pause,
In appreciation of the gold washed scenery-
Amid the sounds of the crashing green sea!
Summer's freshness is pure and invigorating,
And life is so interesting and so exciting,
In these windswept new-fashioned beauty days,

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Porch Swing in September
by Ted Kooser

The porch swing hangs fixed in a morning sun
that bleaches its gray slats, its flowered cushion
whose flowers have faded, like those of summer,
and a small brown spider has hung out her web
on a line between porch post and chain
so that no one may swing without breaking it.
She is saying it's time that the swinging were done with,
time that the creaking and pinging and popping
that sang through the ceiling were past,
time now for the soft vibrations of moths,

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Recent Morning Poems
A Multiverse
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Dewdrops in lush grass, liquid sunshine,
Iridescent shimmers, mountain to valley,
Reflecting the velvety emerald of spring,
From innumerable different fresh angles.
Quicksilver on the purple morning petals,
Or on blooms crimson, cream or apricot.
The glister has come, proclaiming softly,
Tiny universes that were somehow forgot!

Continue reading
Autumn So Refreshing
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Autumn recites poetry to the manless meadow,
Morning dew glistens and the sun is mellow.
I enjoy a cool walk in morning's freshness,
Yet memories of lost summer linger precious.

Beside tall trees the grass is turning brown,
Birds sing as colored leaves are coming down.
I see a scarecrow, in the breeze fluttering,
And the faded dying blooms without numbering!


......

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A Place Where We All Belong
by Jeffrey Pipes Guice

As the sun begins to wake...
And the day begins to break...
Newborn babies commence to stir...
A hungry kitten lets out a purr...

Soon the bacon starts to sizzle...
The sun dries last night’s drizzle...
As the day embarks anew...
Coffee and chicory begin to brew...


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yes
by sea from theblueside

i woke up this morning
and thought of you while
i was brushing my teeth.

i smiled.

that's the poem right there.

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Fields of Gold
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

In the blaze of the buttercup morning,
Bluejays were reeling in rich lapis skies,
And for miles lush nature was adorning,
In the golden age of hued butterflies!

Yellow and lovely were the flower fields,
Reaching forever at bright edge of day,
Yet long before dawn was destiny sealed,
With the promise of the endless bouquet.


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