Sunday Poems

Popular Sunday Poems
Monday
by Ceyx Kingfisher

You couldn’t know, but
I am the reaper,
Grim grinning.
Cotton steering this empty hull.
Your sweet momma saw, she saw, she saw, she said.
She said, she says she saw that I’m the keeper.

The keeper, yeah.
The keeper, yeah.
I am the keeper, girl, yeah.

......

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Memories of Sunday
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Up in the morning, the bluebirds were singing,
Then off to church, as the bells were ringing,
A pastel spring bloomed the peach moments away,
And the morning star shone on an azure pathway!

Luscious Sunday dinner, conversing and laughter,
On the lazy days, sweet time slips away faster!
Afternoon on the porch, with family and friends,
Lolling in the gold sunshine, sunset always ends.

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The Lord's Amber Day
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Cloudless skies were clear as the purest sapphires,
And all about was budding, fulfilling secret desires,
Spring was peeking out, with its many-colored eyes,
On sweet saffron Sunday, the day of love's surprise!

Glittery sunshine radiance, poured in from the east,
And in the orange shadows of later, they had a feast,
Red cardinal was singing, in his pine green mansion,
And full blooms bounced in plum and cream fashion.

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Sunday Holiday
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Lanes are still;
and church music drifts.
Brilliant noon.
Fragrant rose,
Cat and purple butterfly,
Hearts are filled with love.

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Monday
by Ceyx Kingfisher

You couldn’t know, but
I am the reaper,
Grim grinning.
Cotton steering this empty hull.
Your sweet momma saw, she saw, she saw, she said.
She said, she says she saw that I’m the keeper.

The keeper, yeah.
The keeper, yeah.
I am the keeper, girl, yeah.

......

Continue reading
The Lord's Amber Day
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Cloudless skies were clear as the purest sapphires,
And all about was budding, fulfilling secret desires,
Spring was peeking out, with its many-colored eyes,
On sweet saffron Sunday, the day of love's surprise!

Glittery sunshine radiance, poured in from the east,
And in the orange shadows of later, they had a feast,
Red cardinal was singing, in his pine green mansion,
And full blooms bounced in plum and cream fashion.

Continue reading
Sunday Holiday
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Lanes are still;
and church music drifts.
Brilliant noon.
Fragrant rose,
Cat and purple butterfly,
Hearts are filled with love.

Continue reading
Memories of Sunday
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Up in the morning, the bluebirds were singing,
Then off to church, as the bells were ringing,
A pastel spring bloomed the peach moments away,
And the morning star shone on an azure pathway!

Luscious Sunday dinner, conversing and laughter,
On the lazy days, sweet time slips away faster!
Afternoon on the porch, with family and friends,
Lolling in the gold sunshine, sunset always ends.

Continue reading
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  • Ceyx Kingfisher
    Ceyx Kingfisher (1 poems about Sunday)
    December 23rd, 1977 - The Netherlands