J Ann Crowder

Aye, a magic dust reflecting off irises, vermilion, as dayglow sets beyond a turquoise gauntlet dipped in sand
 
A starry ring burns upon a night sky’s darkened coal hues
 
I barely touch her, like dreams almost captured or bubbling blue shorelines almost tingling my toes
 
An invisible clock chimes in many a bounteous rising moons
 
Silhouetted earth shadows embark upon her lighted path, to a glass ring of an ocean’s  clear edge
 
Frothy tides turn to milky silk kisses on a moon christened cove
 
This is merely a spot of gentle, lulling earth bays, half circles fairy chipped of magical dust, held within mine eye’s sharpening glare
 
A testimonial to nature’s raw wisdom and half mooned shorelined gaze, mesmerizing each window reflecting her beauty, chasing between mine eyes and her surface of flying, colorful wings
 
This is earth, alive, holding within her cusp of gazing magic our ever so wonton, peering depths, leaving our eternal souls hungered for more

Written April 2nd, 2019. Nature poetry love.

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Vic
3 months

Learned a couple of words from the Urban Dictionary (chipe and stary). Thanks!

J Ann Crowder
J Ann Crowder
3 months

Actually I misspelled those words. It’s starry & chipped. Now revised

Vic
Vic
3 months

@J Ann Crowder : Oh I see. Anyway chipe
Top definition

Chipe

1. Word used in refering to the act of smoking weed.

2. Also can be to inform others that are you high or stoned by simply adding a "D."
1. Hey man, you trying to go chipe.

2. Man I am so chiped.

Vic
Vic
3 months

In the urban dictionary - STARY is short for stay away from worry LOL

J Ann Crowder
J Ann Crowder
3 months

@Vic: LOL! Misspelling one word certainly changes the poem. Interesting new word for me too.

Robert L. Martin
4 months

Woops, Pressed the wrong button. Beautiful as usual. I love the second to the last stanza starting with (A testimonial to nature's raw wisdom......)

J Ann Crowder
J Ann Crowder
3 months

Thank you! I’ve been busy and it was nice to get on here and write again

Robert L. Martin
Robert L. Martin
3 months

It's nice to hear from you again. I imagine you've been very busy taking care of Benjamin. When my daughter was born some 36 years ago, she occupied almost all of my time.

Robert L. Martin
4 months

beautiful as usual. I love the second to the last stanza, staring with (

Nelson D Reyes
4 months

Dazzling pulsating Earth
Pulsating dazzling poem

Indeed...nature’s wisdom...mesmerizing...
beauty...our souls hunger for more...

Lovely wonderful framing of paradise Earth.

Loved. Faved. Thanks Jenifer

J Ann Crowder
J Ann Crowder
3 months

Thank you! Yes, our souls hunger for more nature. Also, more art & poetry.

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