Skies Poems

Popular Skies Poems
Cotton Candy Clouds
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

moving clouds, puffy
gold rose dawn fills waking skies
summer's honeyed days

as heat gains its peak
gilt clouds, noon butterscotch sky
lemon meringue pie

chocolate sunset
cocoa with soft marshmallows

......

Continue reading
Lapis Lazuli Earth
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Deepest lapis lazuli earth of bluest skies,
Sparkling rich treasure of the Milky Way,
With colorful dawns and ruby butterflies,
We must nurture our world so it will stay.

Sparkling rich treasure of the Milky Way,
With rich history, not too soon forgotten,
We must nurture our world so it will stay,
And bluebirds may be heard in the garden.


......

Continue reading
In Puerto Rican Skies
by Carl Halling

Kind faces smiling,
Nodding politely at words
They don’t seem to understand,

Show me pictures
Showing the richness
Of a faraway distant land,

Multicoloured motor cars,
Brown apartments rising high

......

Continue reading
Under Blue Berkshire Skies
by Carl Halling

Stevie, we were free,
Stevie, you and me,
On that golden day,
Was it ’68?
The decade’s last few days,
The whole wild world was crazed,
But where we were was peace,
For you and me at least.
We walked and talked
For many hours,

......

Continue reading
Recent Skies Poems
Cotton Candy Clouds
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

moving clouds, puffy
gold rose dawn fills waking skies
summer's honeyed days

as heat gains its peak
gilt clouds, noon butterscotch sky
lemon meringue pie

chocolate sunset
cocoa with soft marshmallows

......

Continue reading
Lapis Lazuli Earth
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Deepest lapis lazuli earth of bluest skies,
Sparkling rich treasure of the Milky Way,
With colorful dawns and ruby butterflies,
We must nurture our world so it will stay.

Sparkling rich treasure of the Milky Way,
With rich history, not too soon forgotten,
We must nurture our world so it will stay,
And bluebirds may be heard in the garden.


......

Continue reading
Under Blue Berkshire Skies
by Carl Halling

Stevie, we were free,
Stevie, you and me,
On that golden day,
Was it ’68?
The decade’s last few days,
The whole wild world was crazed,
But where we were was peace,
For you and me at least.
We walked and talked
For many hours,

......

Continue reading
In Puerto Rican Skies
by Carl Halling

Kind faces smiling,
Nodding politely at words
They don’t seem to understand,

Show me pictures
Showing the richness
Of a faraway distant land,

Multicoloured motor cars,
Brown apartments rising high

......

Continue reading
Popular Poetry Topics