Seasons Poems

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A Dance for Two
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

A dance of two, dance of two, gold sun and moon,
Granting sunrises, inky midnights, and afternoon.
A dance of two, dance of two, ruby petals of June,
With successive, hued seasons, ever coming soon.
Gaiety in deep, powdery snow-pearly winter noon,
And everlasting, jade springtime-pretty bird tune.
A dance of two, dance of two, on fall skies maroon,
When vivid colors rain, and tousled flowers swoon.

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An Exciting Encounter
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

a walk in the wind
in the fresh, fragrant season
vivifying breaths

a walk in wildness
sunlit hair is in my eyes
disorderly blooms

a walk in chaos
that keeps the pinwheels turning

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A Spectrum of Bliss
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

God gave the world color to add interest and beauty,
Matched and perfectly blended, from purples to ruby,
From autumn leaves to endless lavender fields of joy,
And from forest birds, to evening sunsets we enjoy!

Cherished sweet blooms, crowding the gardens of summer,
Days like the gay peacocks, strutting past in a blur!
The orchards of sunshine days, ripe and pretty to eat,
And the whiteness of winter, giving relief from heat.


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Red Carpet Treatment
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a professional landscaper, with passion for nature, and a green thumb,
Like passions of smothering, dreamy nighttime, to which we gladly succumb.

My work took me to many gardens, set in the butterscotch zones of summer,
As the music with its rhythmic beat, benefits from an accomplished drummer.

I loved being able to generate beauty, with the help of lavish, Mother Nature,
Whose colors are always perfectly matched and blended, through hush labor.

I enjoyed my own house's gardens, my pretty haven, of most adored flowers,

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The Frogs rise from the mud and Sing
by Tammy Darby

For the first time

Heralding a long-awaited approaching spring
Through newly budding bare branches and gray woods
Low growing violet early flowers defiant and pouting
Sat in purple repose

Velvet leaves veined hands soft emerald green
As wild saplings wild and unkempt battled the march come winds
The earth presented its gift of homage to the departing cold

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Recent Seasons Poems
An Exciting Encounter
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

a walk in the wind
in the fresh, fragrant season
vivifying breaths

a walk in wildness
sunlit hair is in my eyes
disorderly blooms

a walk in chaos
that keeps the pinwheels turning

......

Continue reading
Red Carpet Treatment
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a professional landscaper, with passion for nature, and a green thumb,
Like passions of smothering, dreamy nighttime, to which we gladly succumb.

My work took me to many gardens, set in the butterscotch zones of summer,
As the music with its rhythmic beat, benefits from an accomplished drummer.

I loved being able to generate beauty, with the help of lavish, Mother Nature,
Whose colors are always perfectly matched and blended, through hush labor.

I enjoyed my own house's gardens, my pretty haven, of most adored flowers,

......

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Autumn
by Mattia Tarantino

For some time now the leaves have been uncertain,
the sky doesn't sink
into their dark veins, where the tangled blood
turns down and falls.

This morning a rounding sparrow sang,
announcing the catastrophe.

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The Dream Days
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Dreamy days of summer, violet petals on the wind,
Apple green forest music, too bad it will soon end,
Petals cover wild walkways, summer's just leaving,
Trees are weeping beauty, summer is just grieving.

Tangelo sun is arising, full of destiny and purpose,
Like fading seasons, always managing to resurface.
Sunlit carpet of petals, late in a pretty garden year,
Like puffy clouds, always going, until others appear.

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A Dance for Two
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

A dance of two, dance of two, gold sun and moon,
Granting sunrises, inky midnights, and afternoon.
A dance of two, dance of two, ruby petals of June,
With successive, hued seasons, ever coming soon.
Gaiety in deep, powdery snow-pearly winter noon,
And everlasting, jade springtime-pretty bird tune.
A dance of two, dance of two, on fall skies maroon,
When vivid colors rain, and tousled flowers swoon.

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