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Poems About: SKY

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  • 229.
    Angel in Rags

    The evening sky was an Angel in rags

    All golden tatters running to horizon read more »

    Michael Skinner
  • 230.
    Reaching Your Sky

    “keine Bäume erreichen überhaupt den Himmel'
    “no trees ever reach the sky.”
    They stretch with every branch
    Of their being read more »

    Jessie Li here
  • 231.
    Fire Works

    Zip whoosh bang
    All these colors in the sky
    The loud bangs everywhere
    Like cheers from the sky read more »

    nick trager
  • 232.
    EIGHT DAYS MOON

    8 day's moon
    As the sky read more »

    otteri selvakumar
  • 233.
    Wild Roses

    Flowers bloom
    toward the sky
    Reaching tall
    Reaching high read more »

    Aron Heroux
  • 234.
    Walking

    As I walk slowly through the meadow,
    The sun slowly begins to sink behind me casting shadows upon the ground around me,
    I'm not alone because beside me walks my shadow a calm part of me that doesn't leave me feeling alone,
    As I watch the sky turn pink I smile and continue to walk it's beautiful, read more »

    Silver Akira
  • 235.
    The Sky

    the sky is blue
    blue of the sun
    eye in the sky
    that helps us see read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 236.
    These are the days

    These are the days we live and die
    We cry our tears while side by side
    The days and hours fly silently by
    Like the birds that fly high in the sky read more »

    Alicia Blackwell
  • 237.
    Sky

    Blue is the sky on a clear sunny day
    Enveloping the world in a light hearted way

    One lonely cloud sits in the sky read more »

    Holly Rucker
  • 238.
    The Defination of Love

    read more »

    Isabella Swan
  • 239.
    Sky Blue (from, Lead Sheets in July 2008)

    Sky blue is so much you
    Every day inside of love to guide
    Sky blue summer‘s dream
    So much is true in every river stream read more »

    Peter S. Quinn
  • 240.
    Chaotic Beauty

    The sky transitions from morning to night
    Darkness fills around us like a blanket waiting to suffocate us
    When we fall asleep we think that our troubles will go away
    But when we wake up they pester at us even more read more »

    Megs Yea
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