Velvet Sky Of Peace
Author: Pondering Red
At first I noticed the sky -
the bluest blue
melted over the buildings.
I felt exhilarated -
as if the city had disappeared -
as if I was a thousand years away
in the past of
a million stars.
Then a scent of freshness overcame me -
a smell of childhood days and nights -
a fragrance that would have been from
a very long time ago,
undisturbed by modern pace and bad energys.
The sky became a deeper blue -
magical against the december tree branch
I was alone
with the perfect untouched sky,
blue velvet - deep and gorgeous -
and with the most pleasant scent
of the earth and the winds -
crisp and real -
such grace and stillness -
amidst all the faded busyness.
May Peace Be The Journey !!!
------- Author's Notes -------
Wishing everyone "Happy Holidays !!" and "Happy Writing !!"
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meridian (188.8.131.52) -- Sunday, December 31 2006, 04:37 am|
Even though I am a little late in saying so. Sorry about that. Hope you had a blast. Happy Ex Mas...in that it was Christmas....lol
Descriptive! Your poem is in the eye of the beholder!
|Terrie* (184.108.40.206) -- Sunday, December 31 2006, 05:05 am|
P.R,i cain so appreciate the fragrance of these words that linger through all four winds, you are an amazin' Artist/Writer, you capture the beauty upon every canvas that you place your heart upon, thank you for presentin' such a lovely paintin'that we all untie the lovely ribbon upon as we see the beauty that lies beneath each creation you bring to life..
you are truely blessed with an great Gift...
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