Stillness Poems

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The 'Still' of the Night
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was for long an active art enthusiast, with a special passion for still lifes,
As the roving, scarlet sun, develops late passion for the bustling nightlife.

I was ofttimes in large art museums, and I had traveled this whole world,
Always looking for another beautiful work, like lustrous moonlight pearls.

I zealously hunted lovelies by day, but I was a wide eyed, night owl, too,
As bright meteors turn into shooting stars, then disappear from our view.

My fabulous family shared in my zeal, and we often compared artworks,

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TAKE MY HAND: ALEXIS KARPOUZOS
by alexis karpouzos

Take my hand.
We will walk.
We will only walk.
We will enjoy our walk without
thinking of arriving anywhere.

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The Quiet of Stillness
by Barbara Maxwell Deraoui

The quiet of stillness

Offers tranquility
Soothes the spirit
Reaches deep inside

One has to listen carefully for it

The quiet of stillness


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The Still Hours
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Purple plums were on the table,
With darkest grapes colored sable,
A vase of roses near the door,
Wafting fragrancy like before.

The dawn sun glowed at the windows,
A dreaming world on soft pillows,
The premature clock chimed the hour,
Like fondest hopes before they sour!


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Springtime Awaiting
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

visitors coming
expectancy afternoon
a hush in the blooms

saffron soon Sunday
and cardinal sings redly
cream clouds paint blue sky

butterflies flitting
through the forests of color

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Recent Stillness Poems
The 'Still' of the Night
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was for long an active art enthusiast, with a special passion for still lifes,
As the roving, scarlet sun, develops late passion for the bustling nightlife.

I was ofttimes in large art museums, and I had traveled this whole world,
Always looking for another beautiful work, like lustrous moonlight pearls.

I zealously hunted lovelies by day, but I was a wide eyed, night owl, too,
As bright meteors turn into shooting stars, then disappear from our view.

My fabulous family shared in my zeal, and we often compared artworks,

......

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On Mauve Outskirts
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Mauve sun is rising
far across the frothy sea
From mists emerging
at the edge of the blue world
and the pause of dusky night

Destination noon
and blithe before and after
Headed everywhere
In the quiet room of time

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Springtime Awaiting
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

visitors coming
expectancy afternoon
a hush in the blooms

saffron soon Sunday
and cardinal sings redly
cream clouds paint blue sky

butterflies flitting
through the forests of color

......

Continue reading
The Still Hours
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Purple plums were on the table,
With darkest grapes colored sable,
A vase of roses near the door,
Wafting fragrancy like before.

The dawn sun glowed at the windows,
A dreaming world on soft pillows,
The premature clock chimed the hour,
Like fondest hopes before they sour!


......

Continue reading
TAKE MY HAND: ALEXIS KARPOUZOS
by alexis karpouzos

Take my hand.
We will walk.
We will only walk.
We will enjoy our walk without
thinking of arriving anywhere.

Continue reading
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